I couldn't use this Ne Dessine Pas Sur Les Murs print by Boussac on my page on new prints and patterns in The Times because it isn't new for 2011...
but I think if you've been printing fabrics since 1933 then a design that's 3 years old counts as pretty fresh, non?
The Boussac brand is now owned by Pierre Frey - see their fairytale French website here - www.pierrefrey.com - and visit their magazine Freyquence for images like this:
It was also Boussac who engaged a 21-year-old Yves Saint Laurent at Dior following the eponymous designer's death, and Boussac who replaced him with Marc Bohan as head designer following Saint Laurent's naughty Beat-style collection in 1960.
Pictured below with HRH, he became one of France's richest textiles tycoons, and owned the Château de Mivoisin in the Loiret.