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Tag Archives: Scarves

  • Summer Style 04. Exploration | Moodboard

    Visiting Greece? This moodboard is a synthesis of statement key- pieces to pack with; sourcing inspiration from the maritime scenes depicted on Minoan frescoes and pottery in Crete. Dolphin fresco. A marine scene depicting dolphins composed symmetrically with fishes in the interstices and clusters of sponges around the periphery. Minoan civilization. 1800-1400 BC. Knossos palace, Megaron of the Queen. Archaeological …

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  • Summer Style 02. Identity | Moodboard

    Visiting Greece? This moodboard is a synthesis of statement key- pieces to pack with; sourcing inspiration from the Greek identity and cultural heritage. From urban strolls in the city of Thessaloniki to the nearest sandy beaches of Halkidiki and visits in museums and archaeological sites make sure to be equipped with these stylish, yet comfortable attire from …

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  • Ancient Greek Kridemnon

    Scarves inspired by the traditional flower motif of Skyros island found embroidered on local costumes. Optimism, perfectionism and love for the Greek element created Kridemnon and a fruitful cooperation has given it new wings to fly. Kridemnon x Ancient Greek Sandals The most impressive Skyrian embroideries are the ‘grafta’. Unlike the rest (white, gold or red embroideries) …

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  • Kridemnon : immortal Veil

    Kridemnon means headscarf in Ancient Greek; a divine piece of cloth belonging to goddess Ino that saves Odysseus and takes him from the island of Calypso to the land of Phaeaceans. Kridemnon also refers to the headscarf of Hecuba, who takes it from her head when she learns about the loss of Hector, her son. …

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