MYTHS AND LEGENDS

FALL / WINTER 2020

For Fall/Winter 2020, Jamin Puech unveils a collection filled with magic and mystery. Mythical creatures, legendary goddesses, and fabulous tales inspire this fantastical collection. Symbols that resonate across time weave their way into a new story of handcrafted beauty: whether owls in an enchanted forest, a lucky fox embodying wisdom and freedom, or the bejeweled feathers of a peacock attracting all attention. Myths and legends give us stories of both beauty and strength, and a celebration of the natural world, which are reflected in the layered contrasts of the collection. We match soft leathers with snakeskin-effect beading, celestial constellations with earthy horn and wood, delicate florals with sharp geometrics. A rich color palette ranging from misty pastels to deep jewel tones allows our story to show both its light and dark sides. Like the great myths, the artisanal craftsmanship of this collection allows for wonder at the beauty of creation and all its forms, both real and imagined.

A SUMMER IN PROVENCE

SPRING / SUMMER 2020

This Spring/Summer 2020, Jamin Puech awakens all the senses with a voyage in Provence, from its sunny flowering hillsides to its sparkling blue waters. Straight out of a Cezanne or Van Gogh painting, the golden light of Provence highlights a vivid landscape of lavender fields, winding vineyards, and ancient cobblestones leading down forgotten paths. Centuries of artistic tradition and folkloric spirit subtly enrich every quiet corner and shaded passage on this languid summer journey.

PARIS, JE T'AIME

Fall / Winter 2019

This season Jamin Puech presents the vibrantly colorful and cinematic Paris of our dreams. As in a film, the scene is set with dazzling lights and monumental architecture, but the true charm is in the subtle details that symbolize the city of light and love. The AH19 collection reveals an imagined Paris of the past and future, a very personal journey of style, in the city where Jamin Puech was born.

DEEP SEA SECRETS

Spring / Summer 2019

Jamin Puech set sails for an exploratory voyage to discover hidden treasures and magnificent creatures of the fauna and flora of the sea. The Deep Sea Secrets is a new creative chapter between art, imagination, and unique craftsmanship.

SHANGRILA DREAMS

Fall / Winter 2018

True to its aspiration to explore and find inspirations in the beauty and diversity of the world, Jamin Puech invite you for the 2018 Fall / Winter collection to the wonders of the Himalayan cultures from Kashmir and Nepal to Tibet.

PRIMITIVE ELEGANCE

Spring / Summer 2018

For the Summer Collection 2018, Jamin Puech offer us a journey through time and space with a new collection that revisits the artistic codes of the 20s and 30s, when Primitive Art, and African Arts in particular, influenced Art Deco. When the purity of ethnically inspired graphic lines met Parisian chic.

RENAISSANCE GARDEN

Fall / Winter 2017

You fill your lungs with that Roman air, which, one suspects, has not changed for centuries: fresh yet rough, an undefinable and baroque mixture made up of the noble scent of pines, the dry and acrid city smells, the sobering aroma of coffee and the occasionnal sirupy perfume of an overdressed belle... You gaze from afar at the antique tapestries seen in the tall window of some princely home, and notice their motifs replicated on the handbag of a young woman walking towards you... You wonder what impoverished genius of yore designed this piece, commissioned by some depraved nobleman, perhaps a future Pope... You wonder who the maker of that (definitely intriguing) handbag might be... Could it be Jamin Puech?

MEXICAN CIRCUS

Spring / Summer 2017

This spirit is the basis of new Jamin Puech collection. These infinite combinations. This endless jungle. This colour chart, open wide with colours flowing from Guanajuato lanes to traditional costumes, from Rivera’s frescos to houses’ patios designed by Barragan.
Woven baskets, cascades of tassels, embroideries with Aztec patterns. Gulfs of geometry. Cut fruits offering their raw flesh. Large leaves as shelters, populated by toucans and hummingbirds. And ribbons of leather climbing handles the way creepers do. Tassels arranged in bunches. And then the wide open flowers. Like flowers that hang around Frida Kahlo’s neck or in her braids. Like the fountain in the middle of the square, in the middle of the city, in the middle of the country.