Take off, with passion and carefreeness. It is through a road-movie-style film that the Leonard house has chosen to showcase its spring-summer 2021 collection, imagined by artistic director Christine Phung. It is at the edge of the ocean, and embodied by two models, Margot and Maren, and the professional surfer Nina Reynal, that the latter comes to life. Free, sporty and joyful, the heroines of the film brilliantly embody today's modern women, traveling aboard a retro Volkswagen combi, stopping as they wish to better challenge the ocean and its promises. day, and enjoy the warm summer evenings after dark. With the common thread of the collection being the Hawaiian shirt and its thousand facets, Leonard Paris has imagined a sunny and versatile collection, in which the artisanal know-how and the wealth of innovation of the house are put at the service of beauty. Thus, the iconic orchid of the house merges with palm fronds, hibiscus flowers and the foam of the waves on loose and supple blouses, light silk jersey jumpsuits, ponchos and airy kimonos, a coat in Quilted silk seersucker or even long pleated evening dresses in silk crepon. The surfers' wardrobe is also highlighted through technical details affixed to short dresses or wetsuits in neoprene and mesh, as well as colorful swimsuits or a hoodie sweatshirt printed in the house colors. A real surfboard featuring the prints of the collection, as well as kites made from shawls and silk squares are also part of this dream trip. Poetic, enthusiastic and colorful, next summer's Leonard silhouette is resolutely optimistic. A true ode to newfound freedom.