Masai Mara Leonard Paris Spring-Summer 2019 The Parisian house Leonard takes us on a journey again this season to give French fashion ever richer and more colorful inspirations. This Leonard collection designed by Christine Phung is inspired by the landscapes of Kenya and Tanzania. The Masai Mara is one of the most beautiful wild savannahs, this part of the world is discolored by the heat of the sun: everything is more intense, more powerful and vitalizing. The result is a wardrobe with strong character, marked by pieces in clay and Klein blue leather, revisited safari jackets, heat-sealed gabardine pants, silk cord sets and printed and embroidered evening dresses. The prints are hand painted, their vibrant colors evoke the landscapes of the Masai Mara. The silhouettes are decorated with large soft pink and shimmering flowers, a historic signature of the Léonard house. The entire collection is built starting from the architectural spirit of the trench coat and the shirt, which gradually evolves to the asymmetry of draped dresses, with traditional knotting. This new locker room captures the landscape to wrap yourself in it. The aesthetic shock becomes an identity shock. To celebrate Leonard's 60th anniversary, seven “heritage” silhouettes inspired by the house's finest archives close this parade.