Dior released a fabulous collection after WWII to encourage women to release themselves from their troubles and blossom again as they had during the Belle Epoque. The palette of Bijou Blue, Lavender Gray, Parfait Pink, Moonlight, Cloud Dancer, and Alabaster accented the body con daring silhouettes of the time. This reborn palette dances in this modern print.
To add a feeling of appropriateness to the bevy of country house parties, extra-marital affairs, horse-racing, and wild dinners of the Edwardian era (1901-1910), a finessed palette created a little bit of a refined facade. This print captures the joie excessive while looking back to this refined set of colors: White Swan, Gray Dawn, Jojoba, Deaville Mauve, and Wild Rose, Shale Green, Prune and Faded Rose.
This image features the gorgeous Howard Sofa by Egg Collective.
Very social creatures, flamingos like to hang out in large groups referred to as a flamboyance. These birds never apologize for their wild style.