Designed with an artistic vibrancy not typically found in the mainstream, a new modernist silk scarf collection from Eliza Christoph comes to the fore.
With the collection, the brand exhibits an ecstatic interplay of colors to highlight the Kenyan traditions of Maasai tribes and the country’s landscapes. Each palpable design inspires sophistication in hand-painted wearable pieces of art made of Italian silk.
Essential for holiday gifting, Eliza Christoph’s new abstract silk scarves marry ethical luxury to culturally celebrated art forms. And from the marriage, we have the birth of fashionability personified.
The technology used to make the scarves reduces silk drying times and water waste, resulting in a 40% reduction in energy and CO2 emissions.
Moreover, every purchase reaps support to artisan communities in Kenya. With a commitment to the region, a portion of the profits from finished products will go back to the community via the Eliza Christoph Foundation.
To view the 100% Italian silk scarf collection from Eliza Christoph, visit https://elizachristoph.com/collections/silk-scarves.
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