The title lemons have become the starting point for creating original prints in several versions. The first is a fruity pattern on a white background, on a larger and smaller scale. The second – a combination of fruits with blue motifs, characteristic of Italian ceramics. The third is a variation on the Sicilian mosaic. All three come in saturated, summer colours, from juicy yellow through intense cobalt to a “vegetable” green. The assumption of the collection was to abandon smooth surfaces in favour of patterns and interesting fabric structures – be it jacquard or rib knit fabrics, or finally crochet weaves, also those made by hand. There are also decorations in the form of frills, ruffles or trimmings. The knitted set with shorts is finished with a narrow frill in green colour, and the pink jumpsuit with yellow lace, referring to Sicilian traditions. Drawstrings play an important role here, emphasizing the waist, tightening the neckline or regulating the length of the gathered top. They have both a practical and decorative function, in line with the latest trends.
The image session by Sonia Szóstak is kept in a relaxed, holiday mood, full of warm colours, in the sun-drenched Sicilian scenery. Karla Gruszecka took care of the styling, and Ben Massarenti became the model of the session.
The collection includes #EcoAware models made of more ecological, certified materials. These include organic cotton, Lenzing™ EcoVeroTM viscose, and recycled polyester and polyamide. The collection’s accessories are also #EcoAware – patterned scarves and sunglasses are made of recycled materials.