Flowers - toutes les couleurs de toutes les fleurs
‘je rougis’ (I’m blushing), ‘chaud froid’ (hot/cold), ‘beaucoup trop’ (way too much) ... From the ‘presque sketch’ pink (almost sketch pink) to the ‘condesa’ blue, from the ‘mandarine au lait’ (milky mandarin) to ‘hilda’ (her grandmother’s name), we encounter through the names of her chosen colours, the sense of humour and poetry that have always been part of India Mahdavi’s vocabulary —
56 colours altogether, the same number as in a deck of cards, in which India reveals her unprecedented colour associations.
Launched in September 2019, the ‘Flowers’ colour range created by India Mahdavi for Mériguet- Carrère associates imaginary and know-how for which this house, founded in 1966, is the live setting, in the pursuit of the most accurate tones and harmonies.
«It’s the first time that I conceive a colour collection – ‘Flowers’ is a personal, fresh and joyful palette that joins all the colours of all the flowers, but also those I have used on my signature projects and those from of my childhood memories which I wish to resurrect —»
photos © Didier Delmas