Scarf Poésie - Est Inutile

Scarf Poésie - Est Inutile

  • 100% twill silk. Hand rolled hem

  • Limited Edition /20

  • 35.00'' x 35.00''

  • Coralie Prévert. Handmade in Italy

  • Yad Cheri’s category : Handmade

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The silk scarf is back and it's hot. Your wardrobe is not complete without a Coralie Prévert scarf. The bold design was inspired by Coralie's visit to the prestigious Musée du Quai Branly in Paris where she discovered their African collection. The labyrinth motif was a theme associated with graphic design coming from Cameroon. 

To complete her original design Coralie added a sentence from French author Gustave Flaubert : Poésie est inutile (poetry is useless).

Whether you wear this beautiful scarf in your hair, rolled around your waist as a belt or hanging from your bag, the printed silk scarf is an essential accessory for this Spring / Summer season.

This print is part of a collection that combines real labyrinths with graphics inspired by Cameroonian culture that Coralie Prévert discovered during her first visit to the Quai Branly Museum in Paris.

The sentence is by Gustave Flaubert, taken from the Catalog of Chic Opinions.



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