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Wearable-art scarves French-American artist living in Chicago, Isabelle Gougenheim uses the scarf as a unique medium to express her creativity.
The 137-centimetre square motifs, printed on a fabric made of modal and silk or cashmere, are the graphic interpretation of travel stories.
By merging abstraction with real imagery, such as butterflies, hearts and printed words, Gougenheim creates catchy patterns that transport the viewer to distant places.
Scarves with Soul and Street Cred Isabelle Gougenheim Designs launches its first collection of wearable art French-American artist Isabelle Gougenheim, whose work is inspired by the soul of the city streets she strolls in her world travels, is launching her first collection of wearable-art scarves. The 54-inch-square designs, printed on modal-silk fabric and made in Italy. “They accentuate any
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