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Janis

O7947001 - Exotique

Embroidered linen with soft curves and foliage enhanced by intense colors that echo the artistic flair of the seventies.

Caractéristiques

Type

Embroideries

Caractéristiques

Composition

36 % Polyester - 26 % Cotton - 23 % Linen - 15 % Acrylic

Caractéristiques

Width

124 cm / 48,81 inch

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Scenography

Janis  - Laize: 124 cm / 48,81 inch
Raccord : Vertical 75 cm / 29.52 inch
Raccord : Horizontal 61 cm / 24.01 inch
Laize : 124,00 cm / 48,81 inch

Technical sheet

Janis

O7947001 - Exotique

Boussac - Imagine - Tissus

Type

Embroideries

Artist

Emilio Pucci

Use

Curtain

Composition

36 % Polyester - 26 % Cotton - 23 % Linen - 15 % Acrylic

Sales unit

Available per meter/yard

Width

124 cm / 48,81 inch

Repeat

H: 61 cm - 24,01 inch
V: 75 cm - 29,52 inch
Straight repeat

Weight

818 gr / ml

Care

Washing prohibited Repassage interdit Professional Cleaning Prohibited drying Stain removal prohibited

Notes

Handcrafted embroidery
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Emilio Pucci

Emilio Pucci

''Our only limit is our imagination'' - Emilio Pucci. This quote, uttered on two separate occasions by Laudomia Pucci in 2013 in Florence and Patrick Frey in Paris in 2016, may alone explain the connection between the two Maisons. This collaboration, born out of a somewhat crazy desire, is justified in many ways when one takes the time to discover their respective histories. Indeed, the two Maisons share many points in common. To begin with, each of them had a man founder. Emilio Pucci opened his first store in Capri in 1949. Pierre Frey created his eponymous brand in 1935. It is also the story of a family, as both Laudomia and Patrick continue and develop the business created by their fathers. The strength of the two Maisons is to have been able to perpetuate a strong identity beyond the emblematic figure of the founder.

Imagine collection

IMAGINE embodies the free spirit of the 1970s by transporting us to a world that is rich in textures and material effects. Inspired by the surface-support movement, it places as much importance on the materials as the colors, on the creative act as the final work. Composed of non-figurative drawings, it gives pride of place to motifs that draw their influence from abstract expressionism.

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