Home Collection Sans Tabù


Beds in bloom.
Stylized prints and embroidery interpret petals and butterflies sprinkled over immaculate soft satin sheets made of Egyptian cotton or pure linen, to combine according to your pleasure. Peach tree branches with blossoms and buds on pillow covers and sheets enriched with new embroidery, intensified watercolor brushstrokes on the petals. It is one of the wonders of industrial craftsmanship, the feather in the cap of Made in Italy.
Jacquard throws, in a blend of cashmere, silk and super fine merino, recalling floral décor or breaking away with rich geometrics from ample areas of color.
Soft, refined quilts made of Jacquard fabric with knowing accents in fil coupé add warmth and new tactile dimensions to the Sans Tabù bed.
The co-branding collaboration with the historic Maglificio Miles – which has woven knitwear for the most prestigious of international fashion brands with their technologically avant-garde and refined use of materials – adds the finishing touch to the Ed. 5 Garden of Delight Collection with three-dimensionally worked throws and pillows, in furry or abstract lace stitches, soft and enveloping works of craftsmanship and true temptations for the senses.
The collection’s palette offers variations from pink to intense red tones, passing from peach to orange. The backgrounds are pure white, eggshell, soft lilac, majolica.

Garden of Delights


Nature is a continuous miracle that unfolds in front of our eyes. Flowers, water, light, a flutter of wings. The sensual and poetic miracle of pollination. The delicate perfumes, intense colors and the almost imperceptible sensations like the feel of delicate and velvety petals.

Michelle Jarvis is a true English bohemian, eccentric and cosmopolitan.
After graduating from the St. Martins Fashion and Textile School of London, she gained experience in New York, to arrive finally in Milan where she experienced the stimulating avant-garde of the group of designers and architects close to Ettore Sottsass. In Milan, she collaborated with prestigious brands and created her own: Leaf. In the early 1990’s, she began her personal artistic research, experimenting with painting, weaving, embroidery, and printing by manipulating wool, felt, and silk; creating her own aesthetic language of color, delicacy and geometry.
She spends her time between Italy, London and Berlin; traveling and hovering between design and poetry.
Her work has been exhibited in many galleries in Milan and London.