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This scarf was inspired by an excerpt of Karine's diary:
Excerpt: "Today, I was ecstatic to experience my first ever traditional Japanese wedding. This day left me countless memories, but the most powerful of them all, was the memory of her, the magnificent bride. She was wrapped up in a shiny silk embroidered traditional red Kimono. Her hair was adorned with exquisite headpieces. Her eyes were like glittering deep waters. Her face was as pure as the moon and her movements as graceful as flying red cranes. Her sweet aura could make cherry blossoms bloom in December, the Mount Fuji melt in January, and bamboos grow out of thin air. Just as a Geisha (a.k.a. an artist), she was a moving work of art."
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Meet The Designer
At the crossroad between fine art, fashion and sustainability, Karine creates her wearable art pieces with passionate social, cultural and environmental messages in mind. Combined with earth pigments imported from all over the world, she turns inedible organic produce into paint. With these mediums, she draws and paints to portrait the world we live in, through captivating and charming snippets of the everyday life and dreams of an eager adventurer. Her collection's inspiration comes from her numerous travels and backpacking trips and her main artistic influences are a combination of Japanese modern art with historical painting techniques used by ancient masters such as Da Vinci and Botticelli.