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The scene on this stunning velvet gown depicts various exotic animals in a menagerie. The rich turquoise of the gown is beautifully contrasted by the deep blue silk quilted revers. It is piped throughout in navy and is fully lined in a rich two-tone turquoise and fuchsia satin. It is handmade in England.

The scene on this stunning velvet gown depicts various exotic animals in a menagerie. The rich turquoise of the gown is beautifully contrasted by the deep blue silk quilted revers. It is piped throughout in navy and is fully lined in a rich two-tone tur

A true statement, this gown is made in a rich navy silk and is embellished all over with an extravagant peony embroidery. It has navy velvet revers and is piped in red to tone with the rich decoration. It is fully lined in a rich fuchsia satin and has two patch pockets and an outbreast welt Its belt is fringed by hand.

A true statement, this gown is made in a rich navy silk and is embellished all over with an extravagant peony embroidery. It has navy velvet revers and is piped in red to tone with the rich decoration. It is fully lined in a rich fuchsia satin and has

.Derek Rose Silk Dressing Gown.

Shop for Derek Rose Verona 11 Pure Silk Dressing Gown - Navy/Multi-colour at KJ Beckett. Buy a navy silk dressing gown by Derek Rose online today.

Taken from an original Russian Imperial design, this exquisite peacock fabric was recreated by our English silk mill, established at the time of the Huguenots. The silk is a 300-end twill, which gives a very durable fabric with rich colour and lustre. As with all of our dressing gowns, it is impeccably handmade in England. This design is unlined and features contrast piping and French seaming throughout.

The Russian Peacock design was exclusively developed for New & Lingwood from an archive of vintage Russian prints. The sumptuous details of the design are perfectly captured in the rich silk colours. Handmade in English woven silk satin, this gow

Nathalie Du Pasquier   Memphis Group Visionary print pattern

Memphis Group Visionary print pattern -- very typical of the period - highly decorative with bold colours (lacking in this example), bold and chaotic pattern, asymmetrical and uses repetition.

Nathalie Du Pasquier: Don’t Take These Drawings Seriously

Nathalie Du Pasquier: Don’t Take These Drawings Seriously (detail) Work / Art Memphis co-founder Nathalie du Pasquier’s un-serious book of drawings

As part of the Memphis collective (led by Ettore Sottsass), Nathalie du Pasquier designed surfaces – textiles and carpets – plus furniture and objects that have the synonymous visual patois of the early 1980s and that famous group of designers.

Nathalie du Pasquier is a founding member of The Memphis Group which was an influential Italian design and architecture group.