Tribute to Senegal, Morocco, Egypt, Zambia, Zimbabwe & Tanzania
Escape – noun. 1. An act of breaking free from confinement or control. 2. A form of temporary distraction from reality or routine.
November 2021, autumn has set in. In our Luxembourg regions, the sun is in our hearts but absent in the sky. We are thinking about our second collection and its associated theme.
As obvious and also echoing the last two years that we have just spent, an escape is essential.
We close our eyes, well-adjusted backpacks, we leave for a 15,000km tour of Africa. From Lac Rose in Sangalkam (Senegal), via the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech (Morocco), the Pyramids of Giza (Egypt), we end our escapade by admiring the Mosi-oa-Tunya falls, or Victoria Falls, (Zambia & Zimbabwe) and the summit of Kilimanjaro (Tanzania). Each scene in this unique collection has been thought of as a painting, an invitation to travel, inspiration, relaxation, even meditation.
Escape to our picturesque, colorful and vibrant universe for a colorful season through our silk scarves and bamboo shawls.
Our silk scarf represents an imaginary landscape where fauna and flora mingle; where cut off from the world you face the humble forces of nature and animal life.
Kilimanjaro, the mythical roof of Africa, rises with its majestic presence in a savannah of modest luxuriance, where giraffes and elephants cohabit in complete serenity.
The ambient music is an ode to the abundance, to the sensuality of the Mosi-oa-Tunya falls flowing into the canyon.
Your hearing, smell and sight are delighted by this authentic scene full of tranquility.
Our silk square represents a desert setting and at the same time full of history, the Pyramids of Giza, witnesses, among other things, of the fascinating ancient Egypt are revealed.
Under oppressive heat, the Bedouins roam the Sahara under the mysterious and influential eye of Nefertiti.
A magical atmosphere dominates the scene around the imposing and enigmatic Sphinx, guardian of the temple gates. The proximity of the Nile calls the flora and its unusual feluccas. You feel the power of Egyptian civilization.