Let the elegance and robustness of our silk scarves charm you.
The exceptional quality silk twill we have chosen comes from a French company with a proven track record since 1929.
The twill is a meticulous weave that is easily recognised by its iconic oblique stripes. This fabric work guarantees a soft and majestic silk while highlighting the colours and patterns of our designs. Our silk scarves are entirely printed in France on a 67 grams per square meter twill.
How to present our silk scarves without mentioning their exceptional finishing. The rolled hems of the silk are entirely handmade, respecting the traditions of craftsmanship and luxury. We have chosen the "French style" roulotté which consists in making it on the top of the scarf, as opposed to the "Italian style" which is made on the back.
How can one not be in awe of stained glass windows that play with light to tell us so many stories, true ancestors of the comic strip, and mix bold colours linked by the grey of lead or tin. The photo brought by a friend of mine of the stained glass that I used for this motif, amazed me by the movement that emerged. No rigid boundaries between the colours but curved lines giving almost a draped impression to this rigid stained glass. This mixture represents exactly one of my pet subjects: the fabric within the fabric, but here with a diversion through the stained glass. In addition, the grisaille eglantines mingled with fleur-de-lis of a delicious delicacy could only complete this ensemble.
Stained glass from the abbey church of Saint Denis from the first quarter of the 14th century, visible in the Cluny museum.
|Caractéristiques de la soie||Silk twill of 67 grams per square metre|
|Conseils d'entretien||Hand wash at 30° and dry flat. Iron with a steam iron set on the corresponding fabric. Dry wash.|