Travel wardrobe

The collections express the feeling of a country explored through travel, history and art.
These sophisticated collections fill the gap between transient and ancient:
inspired by tradition, transformed by imagination, at once timeless and wearable.


Imagine harmony: a landscape of palm trees, mahogany forests and rice fields populated by delicate flowers and exotic birds would appear in your mind, a green island, surrounded by blue waters and azure skies.
Bali, even if you have never been there.
Three words, tri hita karana, and one concept, balance, define the Balinese philosophy of life, a continuous strive towards harmony with others, nature and God.
Tri hita karana is reflected in the peaceful surroundings, gentle people and an abundance of sacred places all over the island.

A scattering of islands in the bluest ocean. 

Blissful land, never found but in dreams.
Somewhere beyond the maps
A flower wreath, A straw hat like a crown, A coral necklace, A parasol sail to an island all your own from wherever you are.

The transforming power of China Ink.

A concept, a word, an image.
The beginning of a story perhaps your own.
Let us take you on a new journey.
A splash of ink opens out illusory horizons
A China of the imagination, not a destination but a glamourous space of make believe

Tangerine, hibiscus, plum, midnight.

The vivid hues of Travel in colours collection call to mind the scorching days and balmy nights of summer.

Its solid colours beautifully complement the other ddoo collections.

The firefly hunt is the name of our Japan inspired collection. Looking for fireflies in summer is a time honored tradition often exquisitely represented in Japanese prints and literature. Our prints bring to mind the Japanese aesthetics of pure lines and bold colours.

The garden of earthly delights is an enchanted place populated by shady trees, colourful flowers, rare animals and water features. In this Indian-inspired collection, the prints’ vivid colours try to capture the beautiful floral patterns and geometric structure of Indian gardens as they appear in numerous miniatures of the Mughal period, inlayed floors and walls, shawls, textiles and carpets.