Discover the new Capsule Collection: "Les Nuits Fauve"

For each season, I love to work on themes that evolve over the course of the season: with the launch of the bright, acidic fabric colours of Fauve Romance, and the pastel tones of Diabolo Fauve, I'm now offering you a new, warmer palette, tinged with sensuality, for The Fauve Nights capsule.

The heroine of Fauve Romance has arrived at her destination, and her wardrobe is celebrating summer evenings. Colours are ablaze, as if a day has been spent in the radiant sunshine, and golden tones make the fabrics sparkle.

When night comes, gold shines with a thousand sparkles.

Fauve Party Bronze Jacquard

You loved it this winter, and now our sublime Fauve Party jacquard is back for the summer in an exclusive version, developed with our weaver in Lyon. With its cocoa and gold tones, Fauve Party is more precious than ever.

It's a medium-weight jacquard with plenty of hold, ideal for sewing jackets, shorts and trousers, as well as jumpsuits and dresses with a structured cut. We've sewn the Mimosa blazer and the Cosmopolitan playsuit from this gorgeous fabric, for a suit/short that can be worn day or night, together or separately.

Golden Hour Jacquard

Supple and light, this new jacquard is embellished with a light gold lurex weave in an abstract geometric pattern, almost deconstructed, which comes to life thanks to the drape of the fabric. As beautiful on the reverse as on the front, you can sew precious tops, dancing dresses and shorts with a cut softened with darts or pleats. The Bellini blouse's clean cut and pinch pleats set off the jacquard beautifully, while the Cuba Libre dress is transformed into the most elegant of evening dresses (which can equally be worn on warm sand).

Rosy beige lamé lyocell

The softness of nude tones takes on a whole new dimension, and our lamé fabric is all the more elegant for it. Tone-on-tone moiré reflections shimmer on the surface of our very supple lyocell. Having sewn the patterns for the Dandelion jacket and Grand Bain shorts with this fabric, we now present it with the pattern for the Belem trousers. These beautiful trousers work perfectly with soft fabrics, which enhance the carrot cut and the cut work on the front and belt loops.

A summer of spicy flavours

Botanica chocolate lace

What a pleasure it is to once again offer you our beautiful lace and its rosette embroidery in this warm chocolate colour. Botanica lace has small holes, so you can wear it with or without a lining. If you'd like to slip a dress or camisole under your lace creation, we suggest the matching chocolate cotton voile. Easy to sew, this fabric irons well at a low temperature, allowing you to create a wide range of designs: a summer top, a refined blouse or even a dress. The Daïquiri top with its cut-outs highlighted with French seams is so pretty in Botanica lace!

Spicy Léo printed viscose poplin

Our beautiful Léo print is back this summer. After shaking things up with lagoon, fizz yellow, ink and beetle green, I've decided to offer it this summer in the iconic tones of leopard: warm sand, deep black and mahogany. Timeless, invincible, irresistible, our Spicy Léo has it all.

Partnered with the short-sleeve version of the Cicadella blouse pattern, you've got the perfect match: an easy-to-sew pattern with perfect finishes (French seams, bias binding or neckline facings) and a fabric that has everything it takes to become a classic.

Lily viscose jacquard and mahogany gabardine

Mahogany, a brown with red undertones, works well with beige, sand and black, as well as white and bluish tones like our beautiful Smoky Blue.

Lily viscose jacquard

You love it, and I don't blame you. The Lily jacquard is supple and its finish alternates between matt and satin, patterned with pretty little tone-on-tone flowers.

The sleeveless version of the Bellini sewing pattern goes really well with this fabric: the shoulder pleats are perfectly defined in this fabric, which is very easy to iron, and it's like a tank top... but so much more chic ;)

Cotton gabardine

Our gabardine is medium-weight, easy to sew and has a very soft peach-skin finish. We sewed it with the Mimosa blazer, the Grand Bain shorts and the Cosmopolitan jumpsuit.

For this new colour, I paired it with one of our bestsellers: the Pilar jacket. With its sunburst darts and pleated back, it's the perfect little jacket for summer evenings.

Exhilarating colours

Solaris printed viscose poplins

Halo Blue and Obscure Violet, the colours of fire

Evanescent, our Solaris pattern is inspired by the blurs and abstract shapes of gradient art. For The Fauve Nights, it flickers like flames, hypnotically glowing red or bluish.

The Transat Violet Obscur dress is so feminine, so easy to sew and wear. The Paola dress, for its part, keeps the allure of a light summer dress whilst becoming more sophisticated in Deep Halo Blue.

Bright red lamé lyocell

When the most ardent of reds becomes vibrant... The bright red lamé lyocell literally sets the Cuba Libre dress alight. This beautiful long dress with butterfly sleeves is enhanced by the fall of the fabric. With a version with a low back, the red Cuba Libre dress will leave no one unimpressed.

Crochet, irresistible for summer

Lightweight crochet pieces are a real hit this summer. But not all of us have the expertise with crochet hooks ;) Our new 100% cotton crochet fabric in ecru with black stripes lets you sew adorable outfits. It doesn't have the elasticity of a jersey knit, and we sewed it with ease in the classic straight stitch with the Malibu polo shirt and Songe shorts patterns. For the finishing touches, I recommend using an overlocker, but you can also use a cotton bias. I'll soon be showing you how to hack the Spritz tank top and make it into a pretty striped crochet dress with black cotton voile bias edging along the armholes and neckline... A real marvel!

I hope you enjoy exploring our latest collection of fabrics for the season, and I'll see you on Instagram on Friday for a round-up of outfits on the theme of what to wear for summer evenings that are very... Fauve.

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