The French impressionist Claude Monet loved painting in the open air and capturing natural light. His wife Camille Doncieux was his lifetime muse, his inspiration to paint.
The story of this new Unitude collection begins with the 18-year-old Camille first meeting Monet at the beginning of his career in 1865, and modeling for the painting - Luncheon on the Grass. Green leaves twinkle under the sunshine, and young people sit in a forest glade, enjoying a natural summer feast. Camille is dressed in a white gown, beautiful and stunning.
Luncheon on The Grass Collection
Inspired by the painting by Monet, the Luncheon on the Grass Collection, named after Camille, incorporates picnic baskets, lunch boxes, and toasts into its design, hoping to paint a brush of warm sunlight and a touch of soft breeze onto the canvas of urban vibe for modern ladies.