Kensington

Kensington

 There may be a more literate and literary neighbourhood of Kensington? Arduous. This London hamlet was the birthplace of the legenday Peter Pan, the boy who did not want to grow up.
In the Kensington Gardens, one of the royal parks of London, inhabited by fairy beings after closing time, the author James M. Barrie imagines that Peter learn to fly and flying he discover from a window that his mother has had another son to replace him, the reason why he decided to not come back to the adult world anymore. A statue reminds this moral tale which is one of the most popular ones in the history of humanity.
Nowaday Kensington is a cultural pole, with many museums and universities, and it is also the home of many writers and famous musicians. Here Jimi Hendrix ended his life and Freddie Mercury started his career.
Luxurious and exclusive finesse is its character, the same that returns in Pot à Porter’s pots dedicated to it. With a balanced shape and expertly well-layered colours, this collection provides a charm of exclusivity to the environments in which it is accommodated.