For fall-winter 2020-21, Leonard sends a true love letter to Asia. An exotic orchid on a dark background was the starting point of the collection, and is translated into different outfits: on a graphic shirt, or high-waisted flared pants with patch pockets at the front – a wink of the eye in the 70s. “What is fascinating about a flower is the emptiness that surrounds it, its relationship with the print and the way it gives life to the silhouette,” notes the designer. The House explores the delicate balance between patterns and solid colors, using fitted cuts to highlight the prints, for example on a quilted red sportswear set, combining a short Chinese-inspired jacket and cuffed pants featuring a rooster feather print. Starting from a silk square, a new architecture with asymmetrical lines is created. Pleating techniques breathe new life into prints. Flowers from the archives reappear newly deconstructed, recut and recomposed on jackets and dresses. This winter, the line is enriched with a series of quilted down jackets of different lengths, dotted with flowers and bands, while a lacquered organza rain cape completes an offer that is both sporty and feminine. The signature animal prints appear on casual pieces in a nod to streetwear, and on evening looks. Between tailoring and lightness, cuts and silhouettes bring structure to vagueness through puffed sleeves, for example. Experimentation with futuristic materials, such as technical taffeta and neoprene, highlight the modernity of the collection. A new suit brings together unexpected elements in a hybrid silhouette, which oscillates between neo-bourgeoisie and streetwear. The flowing pieces evoke Leonard's wardrobe, particularly the printed silk jersey dresses.