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Boreal Scarf

by Karine Assaf

United Kingdom

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$144

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Boreal Scarf

by Karine Assaf

United Kingdom

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Versatile and light for multi-purpose usage. Artwork: Hand drawn. Eco-friendly printing and FSC certified chemical free golden packaging. Made in Italy.

This scarf was inspired by an excerpt of Karine's diary.

Excerpt: "When I woke up that night, the woods were so lovely and the snow so deep. The sturdy old oak trees seemed to be carrying the weight of the world on their branches whereas the frozen lake seemed to barely be able to hold a few maple leaves. From afar, I perceived a running moose, or was it a deer? I chased it and gently caressed its cheek under the white sky. While the gooses were flying under the moonlight, a beaver was peacefully reading the night away and a polar bear was enjoying some fresh maple syrup near the Ice hotel. Was it just my imagination? or simply the wonder of winter."
100% Silk Twill
Dry Clean Only
Picture 1: (M/L) 90x90cm
Picture 2: (S/M) 70x70cm
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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.
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