Antoine de Saint Exupéry said, in The Little Prince, that "all grown-ups were children at first. But few of them remember".

Through its ROADPRINT collection, MARIE SIXTINE wanted to take its customers on a journey through stories about sharing, regression and memories. Between the Fête Foraine, the Cruise and the Picnic, we made you vibrate during moments of lightness and carefreeness.

Chapter I: The Funfair

Our story began with the emblematic place of relaxation with family and friends, of fun and regression: the fairground.

Thrills, festive animations, cotton candy and other greedy treats gave rhythm to this beginning of collection. In Paris as well as by the sea, there was no shortage of funfairs. Duck fishing or bumper cars in the Tuileries Garden, colorful rides and Ferris wheels at the Throne Fair. One enjoys the joys of the moment.

Chapter II: The Cruise

While we revel in the intoxicating scents and adrenaline of Parisian and provincial fairground attractions, we dive headfirst into the second theme carried by this collection: the Cruise.

Ball with prints and color notes meet, a new adventure begins.

Our NAUTICA shirt, our SOLEIL dress or our ONDINE swimsuits convey a foretaste of vacations under the sun and the tropics.

When you are a child, crossing a lake is already an adventure.

At 20 years old, a day on a sailboat in the west of France has everything to envy a cruise.

Let yourself go and share a few hours of dinner with family or friends along the canals of Paris. Flyboats or electric boat rental with MARIN D'EAU DOUCE, the choice is yours.

Finally, for those who are lucky enough to be in the provinces, take advantage of the beautiful days for a trip on Lake Clément, a walk along the port of Honfleur or a river cruise in the Vendée.

Don't wait any longer. Dive into the deep end.

Chapter III : The Picnic

Between two apples of love and a sailboat trip, we embarked on the last theme of this season: The Picnic.

At the beach, in a city park or in a flower garden, the picnic is the trendy activity practiced everywhere in France as soon as the first sun rays arrive.

A royal picnic in the Tuileries garden in front of the Orsay museum or the Louvre, a friendly moment around board games in the Champ-de-Mars garden at the foot of the Eiffel tower or a romantic date by one of the waterfalls in the Buttes-Chaumont park. Enjoy the simple pleasures of life.

Play the big game and meet for a lunch on the grass in the Gardens of Claude Monet in Giverny.

What will make the difference? Probably your MARIE SIXTINE long dress inspired by the famous flower gardens and water lily basins of the painter's village.

Fill your wicker basket with appetizers, gingham tablecloths, books and playing cards and leave with memories.

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