The Inspiration


My Jemma is proud to present their stunning new print that reveals just how much thought and heart the owner Emma Jarach puts into her designs.

The idea was inspired from the toile de jouy, an 18th century French scenic pattern.

For this print, Emma included horses, that she has adored since childhood and inspire a sense of travel and freedom - two things we are all pining for these days. 

And the peacock, adding an element of spirituality and other-worldliness to the print.  

Both the palm - a connection to the Mediterranean area where My Jemma is located - and the Oak - a symbol of wisdom and strength - lends an earthy quality to the design; whereas, the palace - likened to the opulent Garnier Opera house in Monte Carlo -  adds an element of old-world elegance.

Amidst all of these images, My Jemma’s logo and signature is woven into the design to pull it all together. The print comes in three colors: white, nude and black and will quickly become the next unique staple in any woman’s Spring and summer wardrobe.