"Our beautiful family" gift set Night theatre N°5
• 1 square 90 + 1 square 45 + 1 men's pocket square
Gift pack of 3 100% silk twill scarves
Made in France
Caroline Basuyau was inspired by the privileged and unfailing complicity she was able to build with her family to offer you this wonderfull family gift pack.
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 – 45 x 45 cm – 30 x 30 cm / 35,43 x 35,43 in – 17,72 x 17,72 in – 11,81 x 11,81 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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Caroline BASUYAU proposes a journey into intimacy through this work extracted from a set of twenty canvases that shows a night forest.
In the work overall we can discover communities of birds that interact, everything is noise and movement. All the birds respond to each other and it is easy to imagine the communication path of each one. In this nocturnal cacophony, painting N°5 is one of the only ones to offer an aside, it shows among other things two parrots who snuggle up to each other, as if they wanted to distance themselves from the group, to find their own territory, a home to share their feelings of love away from the world. It is an implicit analogy of our society where the perimeter of the intimate is reduced to the profile of the common space, where hyper-communication blurs our senses and emotions to the point of denying any real singularity.