Milleneufcentquatrevingquatre

These jaw-droppingly beautiful scarves are from Amélie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan, the duo that make up Milleneufcentquatrevingquatre. This Lyon based company aims to combine the traditional printed scarf with contemporary images including mixed media, drawing, painting, and photomontage. I love how magical they feel..I imagine that if you are having a bad day, just donning one of these scarves will instantaneously turn your luck around. I can’t stop staring at the first one..the colors are perfectly placed and have great textures incorporated throughout. These scarves are from their Fall ’11 collection, but you can see the currant collection here. Enjoy!

7 Comments on “Milleneufcentquatrevingquatre

  1. truly beautiful. Classic fabrics and unconventional print. Love them!

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