In a first of its kind collaboration, celebrated South African designer Gavin Rajah has joined @home to launch a limited edition homeware collection of handcrafted linen and scented candles.
Gavin Rajah is best known for his exquisite couture creations. Keeping to the same principles of quality and craftsmanship, the Prêt á Vivre collection was created with the more discerning homeowner in mind, for a space that exudes luxury and refinement.
Discerning lovers of couture can experience this sense of ‘joie de vivre’ in their home with a pre-order of their Gavin Rajah homeware collection.
Locally manufactured, hand embroidered
Home linens as finely crafted as his clothes, the Gavin Rajah Prêt á Vivre line brings the craftsmanship of couture to the home. Beautiful fabrics with the most detailed embellishments evoke a sense of celebration of life.
Manufactured using the finest handpicked 400-threadcount Egyptian cotton sateen weave for a luxurious sheen. All embroidery work has been crafted locally by hand picked seamstresses with an excess of 30 years experience in the manufacturing of luxury bedding and home textiles to ensure the quality is of exacting European standards.
Belle Époque is inspired by the floral motifs found in Russian and French architecture at the time of La Belle Époque, while the Versailles collection celebrates the geometrics of this time, both evoking the adventurous spirit of the time.
Inspired by Rajah’s love for travel, alternative healing and flowers, the mesmerising range of scents has been designed to comfort and uplift, creating a sure sense of opulence in any room.
With scents named Versailles, La Belle Époque and Rajahstan, the candles are made from 100% soy wax and essential oils, and once melted, can be used as a moisturiser or massage oil.
We are proud to be the first to offer you top tier, proudly South African designs that have been locally manufactured and hand-embroidered. There is nothing like it on the market.
Prêt á Vivre is a limited edition collection, exclusive to @home. Available from 30 November 2017