It seizes components of jazz age glamour, 1920s luxe and the botanical fervour of the 19th century orchid hunters. The entire collection was started by a botanical document, which aroused the inside of an glasshouse, with its unusual depiction of rubber plants and passion flowers. The six magnificent prints are shown on a mix of luxurious silks and natural linens, numerous of which have been embroidered with textured threads, metallics and foiling. They show an abundance of imprinted flowers, as well as carefully drawn ostrich feathers, butterflies, and dragonflies. The glorious prints of Palmetto are matched by three über stylish weaves, emphasized with sheen and sparkle.