Front Row Society " Hana" Scarf

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Designed by Eva Bellanger

Artist's Inspiration:
"'Hana' is a combination of different Japanese stamps I like to work with, carefully chosen flowers and branches. I arranged them in a dynamic yet symmetrical composition, overlaid across a geometric background, to create a kind of digital ikebana: the Japanese art of flower arranging, highlighting the beauty of nature."

Artist's Bio:
"I am a freelance textile designer, specialising in embroidery and weaving. I currently live in Paris, and work in haute-couture. My work is quite instinctive, I love experimenting with raw materials and exploring their possibilities and unique properties. Textile prints are a whole new world for me but i look forward to mixing textures and developing patterns with soul."

Composition: 100% Silk
Style

HANNA SILK


Size L x H x D (cm)
200cm x 100cm x

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Front Row Society was founded in Berlin in 2011, as a fashion brand with a contemporary aesthetic that combines sophisticated designs with subtle details. Each collection is developed in collaboration with a community of artists from all over the world.

Each Front Row Society piece is a sophisticated translation of an art piece or technique into a beautiful, wearable garment made of high quality materials. Simplicity is most important in Front Row Society’s collections; inspiring stories come to life in pure reduced designs that create a unique yet effortless style.

The Front Row Society Scarf Project is a seasonal design competition. For each competition a design brief and colour story are released and are open to anyone.
The designs that make it to print are voted for by the public and votes come in from every corner of the globe.

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