AN ODE TO TRANQUIL RETREATS AND EXOTIC DESTINATIONS, WITH SAGE X CLARE'S NEW SOLEIL SEASON
Lusting over an international holiday filled with exotic locations and balmy evenings? Wishing you were soaking it up in the sunshine on a beautiful coastline or exploring charming little villages and undiscovered nooks? Desire no more.
Makers of all things soulful, bohemian and eclectic, Sage x Clare, are back with their gorgeous new collection Soleil. Reminiscent of Mediterranean romanticism and European mystique, Soleil invites you to relax in your own private sanctuary where holiday vibes meet home comforts.
Vibrant hues couple with stripes, graphic florals and flowing shapes, creating an enticing laid-back feel. Featuring textured braiding, sequins, beading, charms and pops of gold Soleil is a true ode to Moroccan design. The authenticity of the collection lies in its crafted details and thoughtful designs, which are evocative of artisanal wares found within the city walls of Marrakesh and true to the style and aesthetic we have come to rely on with Sage x Clare.
Bold sunbursts, striking terrazzo and cheeky Picasso-esque illustrations sit on a palette of peach, terracotta, sky blue and mustard that is effortlessly summery and carries the charisma of Soleil’s undeniably European and African aesthetic.
The Soleil collection covers all needs and facets of life, featuring cushions, napery, bedding, accessories, loungewear, robes, bath mats and towels. For the first time, Sage x Clare have extended their collection to an exclusive kids and baby range, including scrumptiously soft hand printed linen, a colour blocked coverlet, muslin wraps, cute storage baskets and a floral inspired play mat. No excuse for not having a little bit of this sunshine in your life.
Born of the beauty of exotic destinations, you don’t have to be a jet setter to create your own tranquil escape with these prints, tones and textures.
STYLING | Julia Green and Noël Coughlan for Greenhouse Interiors, assisted by Sarah Walsh, Annie Bell, Jemma Bell and Alison Lewis
PHOTOGRAPHY | Armelle Habib
WORDS | Lucy Francis, TLSE