February 2021

The Riviera is the Roaring Twenties, the years of the conquest of freedom, of parties on the white terraces of the grand hotels of the French Riviera, dancing to the Charleston. Women and men swayed, dresses were sometimes very short, hair too. Morals were changing. The joy of living is back.

Cypresses, rosebushes and lemon trees fill the space, the porcelaine is blanche and blue, the striped raffia parasols float in the wind.

The air is warm, it's time to sit on a terrace and enjoy the Bellini on ice just served by this charming Italian cameriere dressed in white.

This summer at Fête Impériale, the dresses are chic and adorned with subtle details. The pieces are made of recycled silk, Linen , crocheted knitwear, poplin from Cotton or silk chiffon. Eco-responsibility is more than ever at the center of the development of the collections, the fabrics are recycled, organic and the leathers are vegetable.

The two exclusive prints of the season are Le Riviera, which gives its name to the collection, and Le Porcelaine. They were imagined by Laura Gauthier Petit, who was inspired by her memories of childhood vacations at la maison in the South of France, her passion for tableware and her memories of a more recent trip to Puglia in Italy.