With winter came an irrepressible desire to escape the city and its daily life, to rediscover nature. Destination Iceland. The LEONARD woman organizes her expedition with the greatest care: a belted and flowered ski suit, anoraks and down jackets with both graphic and organic details, a technical wardrobe cut from silk, which allows her to face the elements. Armed with spindles, herringbone woolens and cashmere prints, she's ready. To blend into the landscape, she puts on a cape dress in the colors of a frozen lake with ribbed sleeves, a bomber jacket in the shades of the Northern Lights, and a jacket adorned with untamed flora. Its moving body and ergonomic cuts confront the immutable landscapes that envelop it. Snowflake prints, tunics like an autumnal tundra, frosty flowers around her and on her body: she slowly absorbed the environment she set out to observe. Its shell imitates an icy lake and the lining is comforting, warm – like the duality that inhabits its wardrobe. Finally, it becomes the landscape, its rays of sun, its frozen plains, in a large flowing dress like a sunset on the ice floe. Large cashmere and silk stoles with celestial and floral patterns or half-moon-shaped bags: the woman LEONARD imagines is not “in” nature but is “of” nature. She has merged with the world around her.