03 August 2020

Inouïtoosh's gem-printed scarf

Lise Guitton, the Inouïtoosh’s designer who works with both scarves and jewelry, has dreamed up a large silk square printed with precious stones – amethysts, agate and diamonds – whose washed -out colors evoke a 19th century encyclopedia. Some appear in the rough as crystals still in their gangue, while others are entirely faceted, in oval, cushion and pear cuts. On the fluid silk, depending on whether the scarf is worn rolled, twisted, folded into a point or draped as a sarong, the mineral motifs overlap each other and are repositioned, forming marvelous abstract tableaux.

€155 – 130cm x 130 cm

www.inouïtoosh.com

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