Indigo Tie & Dye Shawl

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La Méricaine summer 2019 collection has the freedom of being worn in all circumstances as you travel or anytime during the day. Clean design, structured by a light honeycomb weave.

Luxury is in the fabric and the Made in France savoir-faire. Style, in the purity of solid colours or the sequence of large stripes rooted in La Méricaine DNA.

MARRAM COLLABORATION

At Marram we create mindful plant dyed textiles, hand crafted & designed to feel good that age with grace.
Exploring the relationship between fabric and plants, each Marram item bears their own individual ‘birth marks’ resulting in a completely unique finish.

Indigo is an ancient pigment derived from 
the leaves of Indigofera tinctoria plant. Predominantly grown in India, Japan and South America. It’s varying shades of blue come from the amount of times the fibres are soaked in the indigo vat. Each time the fibre comes out of the vat the fabric is a vivid green colour before it’s exposure to air and oxidises, magically turning blue. 

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54,17 €

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Description
  • Indigo Tie & Dye
  • 120 X 120 cm
  • 100% cotton gauze
  • Dry clean 
  • Made in France

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Indigo Tie & Dye Shawl

La Méricaine summer 2019 collection has the freedom of being worn in all circumstances as you travel or anytime during the day. Clean design, structured by a light honeycomb weave.

Luxury is in the fabric and the Made in France savoir-faire. Style, in the purity of solid colours or the sequence of large stripes rooted in La Méricaine DNA.

MARRAM COLLABORATION

At Marram we create mindful plant dyed textiles, hand crafted & designed to feel good that age with grace.
Exploring the relationship between fabric and plants, each Marram item bears their own individual ‘birth marks’ resulting in a completely unique finish.

Indigo is an ancient pigment derived from 
the leaves of Indigofera tinctoria plant. Predominantly grown in India, Japan and South America. It’s varying shades of blue come from the amount of times the fibres are soaked in the indigo vat. Each time the fibre comes out of the vat the fabric is a vivid green colour before it’s exposure to air and oxidises, magically turning blue. 

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