Set between the banks of the River Niel and the depths of the Ethiopian forest - the Stine Goya PS20 Collection, draws inspiration from Italian composer Guiseppe Verdi's renowned opera Aida - a vivid yet tragic depiction of lives torn apart and countries destroyed in the struggle between love and loyalty.
Drawing on the rich iconography of acient Egyptian Art, the collection's seasonal mix of hand-drawn prints bring Verdi's protagonist to life. Aida's signature Jasmine flower, a symbol of beauty and sensuality - threads across fine colour stories.
The range of violets and Goyas pinks feel soft and romantic, while deep mocha, rich gold and dahlia red draws references to antiquity, faded glory and sacrifice. Just as prints are a critical part of the Stine Goya DNA; textures and an expanded range of materials has beome a key focus, this season introducing a quilted material with embroiderred Jasmine motifs