«In the morning, it was the morning and I was still alive. »
● These scarves are unisex, for both men and women.
● They are the ultimate detail when it comes to making your outfit shine.
● Soft to the touch, these scarves hint at the idea of luxury.
Created only for this limited edition, Christine Lombard's collection of scarves combines three of the designer's passions : a literary universe (Hemingway, Jack London, Kerouac and Charles Bukowski), style and travel. Manufacturing may be playing the "100% made in France" card however, her line of ethical scarves are uniquely created from silks in Lyon.
THE CUBA COLLECTION
Like Paris, The Haven is a celebration for Hemingway. The unedited images of Christophe Gstalder express a luxurious nature, still afternoons, sensuality and the Buena Vista Social Club dance. The four large scarves from this collection appear with two choice materials (silk twill or wool and silk) and in two sizes.
The gay colors, vermilion red, point of tea roses and its deep purple. Gushing exuberance, the musical patterns edging the fabric glisten like gold in the setting sun. SALSA
Second version for the dancers. A "spotted print" on a garnet backsplash gives a Hispanic feel to the material. The striped borders, for the entire printed collection, are a classic added touch.
Flowers once again, but this time combined with geometric patterns and warm, earthly colors permitting for a '30's feel. The colors can be compared much to the likes of wallpaper found within a decrepit palace.
Using a shocking mix of faded greens and intense violet, the gigantic flowers empower the entirety of the space.
THE AMERICAN ROAD COLLECTION
With tribute to epic American Literature, an introductory breath of fresh air through a wind of liberty this collection plays on the contrasts of a rough universe, boots, road, the desert and the refinement of delicately colored silk.
Horse wood covered in tarpaulin expresses the childhood escaping from a man. The spherical pattern depicts the universe. Blue, for a child's innocence and black, for the clouds that profile an adults life.
At the exit of a mine in Arkansas, the Marlboro man appears to be set with garnet ribbons. A variation of emerald and turquoise or sapphire and earth two versions of a Gold Rush, where Jack London is never absent.
Available either in pink the delicateness of this color awakens the light at the end of the tunnel… Or in orange with a mix of turquoise: the desert heat, combined with an amusing leopard print. This model is also available in the Bandana format (60x60 cm). Reference to the American West ranchers using it to protect from dust.
WOOL SILK OR TWILL SILK?
FOCUS ON MATERIAL
"I chose silk for my collections with a burning desire to modernize this noble material. I happened to dye a square of my grandmothers, just to give it the right look !"