The Parisian designer Lucille Roybier drew the Pampille, the most recent model from the Sywawa collection. “The Pampille has received a very warm welcome on the catwalk of Maison & Objet, de international lifestyle fair in Paris”, says general manager Pierre Christiaens.
Her Pampille garden umbrella has a unique double valance in two different colours. A slight breeze would be enough to let the two valances flutter independently, thus creating a very special atmosphere, which refers to the lively, feminine fashion on the Parisian catwalks.
The Pampille is the very first garden umbrella that makes use of modern laser technologies to cut difficult patterns out of the fabric, which would be impossible to realize with conventional methods. The elegant parasol is thus created to decorate your terrace in a refined womanly style. “This innovating product is to be a downright summer hit in 2010”, according to Pierre Christiaens.
Pampille by Lucille Roybier: designed in Paris and made in Bruges.