Spring is the season of blossoming and rebirth, both for flowers and for each of our emotions, talents and uniqueness, which can find new life and shine out in all their beauty. The Floral Lady capsule collection offers a personal journey for a better and clearer vision of our desires and our callings. Choose the flower that represents you the best.
The daisy has an ancestral history dating back to ancient Egypt. Its fresh, sunny appearance features a central yellow circle surrounded by rays of white petals. In the language of flowers, it symbolises the positive values associated with the concept of truth. Its most commonly symbolises include simplicity, spontaneity, luck and pure love.
The Philodendron is a climbing tropical plant native to the forests of South America. Its name derives from the Greek, meaning "a plant that loves trees". It is characterised by smooth, glossy, evergreen leaves. Since it grows upwards, it is considered a spiritual symbol that creates contact with the gods.
The lotus is an aquatic flower admired for its ornamental beauty, as well as for the various meanings attributed to it throughout history. In Greek mythology, the lotus was considered the flower of forgetfulness. In Asia, it is the symbol of spiritual purity, while in Western literature, it is associated with grace and elegance.
Floral Lady Experience
“Floral Lady” is more than a capsule collection: it is also a collaborative effort that seeks to celebrate the spirit of rebirth and inner growth. To do so, we’ve joined up with exceptional partners like the TLON school of philosophy and teacher and blogger Marie Robert, founder the of Philosophy Is Sexy podcast.
The poppy is a very common flower that spontaneously blooms in spring. Its petals and seeds have mild sedative properties. For this reason, its meaning is often associated with surprises, dreams and imagination. Throughout history, the red poppy was considered a symbol of pride, pleasure and eccentricity.
The extremely scenic, fragrant carnation is widely used in decorative art. Originating in the Eastern Hemisphere, it was considered sacred in Ancient Greek and Roman culture. In the language of flowers, the white carnation is associated with the concepts of loyalty, love, energy and health.
In Roman mythology, the rose was sacred to Venus, and the flower remains an expression of deep, passionate love until the present day. Roses with pink petals are characterised by their intense perfume. In the darker shades, they express gratitude and appreciation, while light pink buds are synonymous with grace, kindness and purity.