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A manifest of freedom may as well be a silk scarf whose abstract design encourages its variable use.

A limited collection of six unique scarves “Hana” is inspired by the Czechoslovak legendary singer Hana Hegerová. It is also a part of the “Révolutionnaire” collection, through which the fashion designer Marcel Holubec W. presents his view on connections and continuity of countries dear to him. The scarf sophisticatedly accentuates the beauty of a woman’s face and completes its overall appearance. It is a legacy of her power and revolt that is born in heart and is materialised in gestures.

The scarves are made in a renowned Italian studio whose services are used by such brands as Gucci, Versace or McQueen.

Material: 100 % silk
Size: 90 x 90 cm
Photo: Alexandra Rymšínová

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