Exceptional lightweight linen scarf in sand. A rarity for all who love exquisite fabrics.
The expressive linen scarf by Italian designer Cutuli is a perfect companion to the other products of the fashion line. Of course, it can also be combined in other ways to show obstinacy. Many wearingvariations are possible, which always bring the gauzy fabric and the obstinate design to the fore. Artfully draped around the neck or loosely thrown around the shoulders, as a headdress or cape - rarely is an accessory so versatile. In spring and summer, this scarf is a special sign of light-heartedness and unpretentiousness that needs no perfection. The weightless natural material flutters in the wind, covers, accentuates, embellishes or keeps out the sun's rays. Versatility can be graceful and poetic.
The linen-cotton blend of the women's scarf is equally comfortable in any season. Brown and greensplashes of coloron the warm shade of sand follow an uneven pattern. This is also true of the fabric, which is deliberately discordant and repeatedly punctuated by smaller holes. Pattern and fabric thus form an imperfect unity, natural serenity expressed.
The avant-garde scarf goes perfectly with the women's trousers 'Streeruwitz' in black and the shirt 'Behn' and creates a summery ensemble.
eigensinnig wien presents: Extraordinary fashion by Cutuli, a traditional Italian manufacturer.
Calabrian designer Claudio Cutuli comes from an old family of dyers and weavers, so his designs combine traditional craftsmanship with unconventional ideas. The extraordinary aesthetics of the natural materials cotton and linen is shown in a noticeably coarse structure. The rather muted colors gently ground the striking, irregular patterns. In well-known wabi-sabi tradition, the deliberately frayed seams reflect the beauty of incomplete and imperfect things. All unique pieces have an artistic beauty, they gently cover, artfully veil or emphasize the obstinate character of the self-confident wearer. The manufactory is based in picturesque Umbria and is run by Claudio Cutuli and his wife.