Legend Black & White White rolled edges 90
Printed Scarf in silk twill with French style rolled edges

279,00

100% silk twill scarf – Made in France – French style rolled edges

The 90  silk twill square is a must for Maison Fétiche, it can be worn around the neck, as a belt, turban or headband.. Afin d’allier tradition, savoir-faire et créativité,

In order to combine tradition, know-how and creativity, Maison Fétiche has collaborated with the best French luxury clothing workshops to offer you this beautiful scarf of unbeatable quality that will make you an elegant and bold woman. More…

Maison Fétiche proposes you to act through it for the preservation of the planet : thus, when purchasing your silk twill scarf, one euro will be given to a foundation that works for nature and the well-being of man. More…

Size : 90 x 90 cm / 35,43 x 35,43 in

Advice & maintenance : Like nature, your Maison Fétiche silk twill accessory is fragile. Keep it flat and untied in the box provided for this purpose. Avoid contact with rain or chemicals. Preferably clan by a specialized professional. However, you can wash your Maison Fétiche silk twill accessory yourself with clear water without friction and without chemicals, then let it dry flat on a drying rack.

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Inspiration

Legend: A wonderful story in which facts are transformed by popular imagination or poetic invention.
Inspired by a work by artist Caroline Basuyau, this scarf evokes a bygone era, when The White Tiger, a rare and mythical being, ruled the impenetrable forests of the Asian continent. Fortuitous encounter, the king of the felines is advancingserenly and showing no sign of agressiveness : he seems to want to meet his audience to tell them his mysterious story, his legend, that of a monarch once feared and respected. The artist plays with our perception of depths, The tiger is flat while the rest of the set creates a deep and almost unfathomable perspective. The black ring increases the effect of “successive layers”. The artist shows the main subject as detached from the overall work, as a cut and pasted paper or a repositionable sticker. The use of this device tries to express the perpetuity of nature, remove The tiger and the vegetation will take over the whole canvas, we will just have lost The tiger but nature will always find a way to fill the void.

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