Warm Sand, Tangerine, Moroccan Indigo, Oyster, Burnt Honey, Magenta and Sea Foam.
The inspiration was a 1930's archeological dig in Mesopotamia. The palette is composed of warm neutrals (that evoke the feeling of earth and sand) juxtaposed with bright, saturated colors like Tangerine and Indigo, the types of bright colors one might imagine to have been originally painted on the Assyrian sculptures found on those digs, before time weathered the pigments away.
Tangerine. It's such a fresh color that it livens up the whole collection, and gives it real vibrancy.
MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR SPRING 2014
The brushed twill safari jacket with leopard jacquard inserts in Moroccan Indigo is a must-have spring cover-up.
WHAT COLOR WOULD YOU REPAINT A ROOM OR ACCENT PIECE IN YOUR HOME?
I would paint my bathroom Sea Foam so that when I take a bath I would feel like a mermaid.