“Le Noir”

“Le Noir” is the beginning of the DARK ART collection.

I am so excited to share this with you! This collection embodies a journey of transformation, learning and finding yourself through your darkest times. It is all about neutral tones, monochrome style and fine textures.

I hope you will love the unique texture and beauty of it.

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Knit Season

The knit outfit, with all its allure and easy elegance, has become something of a staple in our fall wardrobe. Paired with your go-to sneakers or leather jacket, it will instantly enhance your daytime look. Replace the two with some knee-high boots and a statement trench coat, it will seamlessly transition into a fashionable piece.

The perfect knit outfit will feel as soft and cozy as a sweater with jeans, yet still look polished. Whether you’re rushing to grab a midday lunch with friends or pampering yourself for a special date night, it requires little effort with styling, and can easily be dressed up or down.

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Green is Fashion’s Colour

Fashion is obsessed with green right now. That green shadow that will instantly lower your blood pressure and make you forget that to-do list you have to conquer today. Not only did we see the runways peppered with green looks last year, but tons of streetwear looks also featured pops of green. But as we know all too well, the world shut down just days later, and suddenly the only thing we were wearing was a pair of sweats and, if we were lucky, a clean shirt. But despite almost everything we had planned for the past 2020 flying out the window, green still managed to hold on tightly.

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Citylandscaping in Oil

If you’ve never learned how to play music, sitting with a group of musicians using technical terms to describe their work can be a whirlwind of confusing, beautiful language. A similar situation can occur when speaking with artists who paint with oils: suddenly you’re in a conversation where they’re debating the finer points of pigments, discussing the benefits of canvas versus linen, brush recommendations, and a technique called “wet-on-wet.”

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