For the follow up to their excellent Hortus line, Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre found inspiration for their new collection of printed silk scarves in "the universe of Henri Matisse—not the romance of his 'natures mortes' (still lifes), but the structure of his collages, the abstraction of his shapes." Naming the collection after a famous quote "Il y a des fleurs partout pour qui veut bien les voir" ("flowers everywhere for whomever wants to see them well."), French designers Amelie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan used processes and experimentation like gluing, folding, creasing and cutting and drawing to compose their prints. The results are so lovely, that when you're not wrapping them around your body, you may just want to hang them on your wall.
Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre’s Matisse-Inspired Scarves
December 13, 2012