Olokun Maroon Silk Scarf
Olokun Maroon Silk Scarf
African tribal arts is an incredible source of inspiration! The vivid colors and patterns are endless and timeless. This beautifully detailed silk scarf is inspired by the traditional African god Olokun and his symbolic water creatures that were found on wood carvings, bronze plaques and ivory panels in the ancient kingdom of Benin.
The ancient „god of all waters“ was highly praised and his followers used to embellish their walls and furnitures with water symbols such as mudfish, pythons and crocodiles, all in hope for great wealth, health and prosperity.
ANATH chose a combination of blue and red shades. red for passion, love and determination and light blue for hope, faith and confidence.
This beautiful design could be worn casually as also elegantly! Use it to add some color to your daily wardrobe.
Perfect to wear in combination with different shades of reds, orange, white and dark blue.
material: 100% silk
hand rolled edging
dry clean only
made in Italy
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Meet The Designer
Great passion for patterns, tribal arts and unrevealed exotic designs, has led designer ANATH on a mission to create unique high-end luxury accessories. ANATH’s artistic goals are to explore and dust off those ancient fallen kingdoms and interpret them back to modern life. For centuries silk has been the cloth of the highest ranks and there for acknowledged as the most precious and luxurious fabric. Today, in between an ocean of synthetic materials it is even more important to pursue slow and sustainable fashion that celebrates high quality natural fabric products.
Our collection is inspired by the traditional and folk art of ancient tribal cultures, architectural elements and abstract compositions. The designer investigates the relations between old and new patterns, ancient Naïve artistry with its special circumstances and how do we perceive them as modern a society. The collection comes to explore and uncover the hidden treasures of the past and to transform them into an indispensable luxurious accessory for a modern lifestyle.