New collection of outdoor cushions by LIZZO

The influence of Paris, its emblematic streets and corners full of history and personality inspired
the first outdoor collection of LIZZO. Impregnated with details, subtle nuances and contrasts, these
upholstery fabrics offer great resistance to external factors such as sunlight, chlorinated water, mites or
mould, as well as being easy clean and breathable.

The fabrics are named after some of the most important novels written in Paris:

BOVARY

Inspired by “Madame Bovary” (1857), Gustave Flaubert’s masterpiece, Bovary is a geometric jacquard design reminiscent of the braided pith chairs of Parisian terraces.

Available in 7 colours: white, black, pink, yellow, green, blue and grey.

MARELLE

“Marelle” is the French translation of  “Rayuela” (1963) by Julio Cortazar, a novel set and written in Paris. Marelle is a jacquard with a herringbone pattern in large format. 

Available in 7 colours: white, black, pink, yellow, green, blue and grey.

TROPIC

Jacquard with a floral pattern inspired by Henry Miller’s novel “Troique du Cancer” (1934), first published in Paris. 

Available in three hues: neutral, multicoloured and blue. Ideal for enjoying the outdoors with a floral ensemble that combines different styles of plants.

CAMELIA

“La Dame aux Camélias” (1848) by Alexandre Dumas, a novel set in Paris, Camelia is a smooth upholstery fabric that is ideal for all types of environments, because, as well as being an outdoor fabricit is also firepoof.

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