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PIERRE-LOUIS MASCIA

Fine woven scarf
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Description

Nude silk blend fine woven scarf from Pierre-Louis Mascia featuring a contrasting black tiger print design and a fade purple paisley print design.
Item ID:10218591

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: length: 200 centimetres, width: 70 centimetres
  • Composition & Care

  • Composition: Silk 50%,
  • Composition: Cashmere 7%,
  • Composition: Modal 43%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Dry Clean Only
  • Brand Style ID : B31224443
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    Designer: PIERRE-LOUIS MASCIA


    Mascia is a talented and world renowned fashion illustrator but a few years ago, the French artist launched his own accessory brand. Pierre-Louis Mascia started his line with a bag inspired by composer Maurice Ravel. He focused only on this bag, producing different versions of the same model which became rather successful. Then, he felt inspired to add scarves to his collection, and he began working on different motifs, mixing cashmere, traditional patterns and paintings, with floral motifs and prints evokoing an expressionistic style with intense and unusual colour combinations and bold strokes matching his aesthetics of refinement, luxury and distinction.