PRINCES D’ÉCOSSE (Prince of Scotland)

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Large square silk and wool printed scarf, rolled hems. Heading further up north on his trip through the United Kingdom, Vinus embraces the scottish way of life in this rich, rustic design. A beautiful melange of classic tartan in rich mustard yellow hues, this large silk square scarf with postcard hand illustrated pictures and grouse feathers is a fun and geometric interpretation of life in the highlands. From Balmoral to kilts, monsters in the lake to old castles, this Prince of Scotland scarf is a fun trip around the Hebrides we want to wear now.

Material : WOOL & SILK

Dimensions H : 140cm x L : 140cm Made in France

TEMPORARILY CLOSED - until further notice

Dear friends, 

Due to the covid-19 outbreak, we have decided to temporarily close until further notice. Please do not add to the cart as we are unable to process it. We apologize for the inconvenience. We wish you always well, stay home and be safe. We will see you when our showroom reopens. 

~  Karen ~

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Nsew

Vinus, contemporary artist, becomes the designer of NSEW in 2015 and presents his collection of scarves. He co-founded the brand in 2010 and followed the development of perfumes before becoming the creative director. Following graduate studies at the School of Fashion and Applied Arts Duperré and Olivier de Serres, Vinus working for several years in marketing the image of the French house Rochas. He became an illustrator and works with several fashion brands as well as magazines and prestigious designers. Today he presents his creations of scarves where we find the essence of his art work, poetry, dreamlike journey of dreams, playfulness with its iconic characters Easty & Westy and multifaceted its graphic expression.

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 140 × 140 cm

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