Nature & Nurture

To say that Daniela Gregis’s work is dreamy is an understatement.

Just like the gardens designed by Piet Oudolf, her collections are poetry for the senses – harnessing all the wild, tame, bright, monochrome, soft and structured elements nature has to offer. Rendered in organic cottons, linens and silks, her silhouettes are easy to slip on, while still being sophisticated enough to draw attention in all the best ways.

Donning one of her tops, her dresses or even a pair of her simple, banded sandals is the best way to immerse yourself in this dreamland – one rich with tufted grasses, buzzing bees and cottonwood seeds, floating lazily on the wind.

In Piet Oudolf’s landscapes, structure is just as vital as color.
The dream continues with a handmade hat from Horisaki Design & Handel in Sweden.
Painterly and dynamic, Piet designs his gardens to feel like a lush meadow.
The addition of a hand-loomed Christopher Duncan scarf completes the look.
Piet’s work is carefully planned and wildly influential – harnessing both nature and nurture, he re-envisions public and private spaces.

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