In his story "The Road to Oxiana", Lord Robert Byron describes on his journey through Iran the unexpected splendor of the abstract patterns that adorn the Moschee of Isfahan. A magnificent portfolio of photographs of this mosque inspired us both the range of colors and the prints of this theme, specially created by our freelance graphic designer and printed on a certified eco-vero viscose.The diffused "IKAT" print refers to the technique of ikat weaving, practiced in Asia, Africa or the Middle East. We weave yarns previously dyed in reserve. The reserve is obtained by knotting, it is a long and delicate process. The pattern is born as the weaving progresses and the blurred outlines are inherent in this technique and make all its charm, an ancestral art. Isfahan, the sumptuous Safavid capital is renowned for the range and quality of its silks. The print designs are inspired by one of the personal archives of our Artistic Director.A work of guipures, associated with recycled polyester, takes up the earthenware lace moucharabiehsen, a fine embroidery of stylized garnets on an organic cotton slub veil is worked from old fabrics found in distant markets.