ARTHUR invites Lucas Du Tertre | BLOG – Arthur

With ARTHUR, discover at the start of the school year the ancestral know-how of the artisan printers of the North of India from Le Petit Lucas du Tertre in a unique capsule collection.

Two houses in love with prints and colors

For more than thirty years, ARTHUR has been dressing up the nights of the whole family with humor and color. For its part, Le Petit Lucas du Tertre has forged a place for itself in the world of children's fashion by proudly promoting the traditional know-how and the “hand-made” of Indian craftsmen.

By evolving in parallel without knowing each other, our two houses have always shared a strong taste for cheerful and offbeat patterns that we like to work on fashion pieces that are both durable and comfortable.

After spotting the patterns of Joséphine Baker and Jaguer, ARTHUR decided to invite Marie and Clémence, the designers of the brand, to design, in collaboration with her Parisian style team, a collection mixing the unique worlds of the two French houses.

A common love for beautiful materials and quality craftsmanship

For this collaboration, ARTHUR and Le Petit Lucas du Tertre have each mobilized their specialties. Le Petit Lucas du Tertre has called on the ancestral know-how of its artisan printers in northern India, humanly responsible partners who offer their employees decent living conditions and access to education.

For its part, ARTHUR relied on its expertise, its imagination and its privileged partners to give life to the prints of Petit Lucas Du Tertre on the iconic models of our brand: boxer shorts, socks, t-shirts and pajamas.

A family collection combining escape and poetry

The joint work of ARTHUR and Petit Lucas du Tertre has resulted in a collection dedicated to the whole family. The Jaguar and Josephine motifs are found on men's, women's and children's pajamas, socks, underwear, dresses and shorts. Unprecedented and elegant, this capsule collection stands out by skillfully advocating creativity, quality, and above all joie de vivre, to dress young and old with poetry for the start of the school year.