Splashed with stripes and blooms, the punchy collection will enter the brand’s e-shop and a selection of stores in April.
The brand was among sponsors at a benefit dinner in aid of the International Federation for Human Rights, with profits from a de La Fressange-designed capsule to go to the federation.
The sprawling collection ranges from cashmere sweaters to stickers.
Profits from the line, which arrives in stores on Nov. 16, will go to the International Federation for Human Rights.
The French children’s wear e-tailer is among the nine tech companies selected by Google for the first edition of its Scale Up program, which aims to support French tech firms in their global expansion.
The line of four items for women is to be sold in select Petit Bateau stores worldwide starting on April 27.
Pascal Morand is due to replace Stéphane Wargnier, who will become an adviser to the federation’s president, Ralph Toledano.
The French designer took fashion editors on a tour of the Musée national de la Marine before unveiling the line.
The French designer went back to his Seventies sportswear roots.