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Mini Trend: Toile de Jouy on the catwalks
The sharp eyed among you may have noticed a mini-trend rocking London Fashion Week - and now Paris Fashion Week - Toile de Jouy. Yes, that traditional 18th Century print of pastoral scenes. (Not sure how to pronounce it? Here’s how to say Toile de Jouy.)
In London Fashion Week, Duro Olowu used it on dresses and jackets, Teatum Jones used it on t-shirts and dresses (theirs featured Winston Churchill, rather bizarrely), and Sister by Sibling showed long tennis dresses with an urban-themed Toile de Jouy, featuring scenes of London rioters.
Paris Fashion Week has brought us Toile de Jouy featuring safari jeeps and tourists wielding binoculars from Carven. With 3 days to go, it seems only likely that there will be further appearances of this pastoral print. Watch this space!
Carven at Paris Fashion Week
Duro Olowu at London Fashion Week
Teatum Jones at London Fashion Week
Sister by Sibling at London Fashion Week
Of course, we had our future fashion radar firmly switched on earlier in the year and have no fewer than 3 different Toile de Jouy print scarves already in stock. Get ahead of the fash pack with the following beauties: