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Disco Clair Scarf

Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre

Printed silk charmeuse scarf, 65 x 65 cm.

This scarf is from the collection «Flowers everywhere for whomever wants to see them well» inspired by the world of the famous painter, Henri Matisse. Not the romance of his «natures mortes», but the structure of his collages, the abstraction of his shapes. A collection based on plastic expérimantations, handmade processes, gluing, folding, creasing, cutting...

Each piece is woven, printed and shaped in the Rhône Alpes, France.

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Fermer 100% Silk

100€

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1984 is the birth year of Amélie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan, designers of Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre. They are based in Lyon, historical city for traditional French silk scarves. Amélie and Marie play on the codes of traditional silk works, creating original prints infused with contemporan influences: music, videos, painting, modern art... Their unique images mix drawing, painting, photoshopping...

Respect of the tradition and local knowledge is important for 1984. They print and handcraft their pieces in the Lyon area in France.

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