The Savana Dance wash scarf 140


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Giant scarf in silk twill with hand-rolled edges (100% silk).

Washed by our artisans’ expert hands, the scarf is transformed into a relaxed, mattified, and ever so slightly faded piece, gaining an irresistible soft touch. This exclusive process makes each scarf unique and can slightly alter its dimensions.
See the Care section for details on how to care for your Wash scarf.

Made in France

Designed by Ardmore Artists

Measures 55" x 55"

The story behind

Chased by a leopard, the vervet or green monkey turns toward the predator, with a worried look on its face. In Zulu culture, the former symbolizes royalty, the latter wit and humor. Immense sugarbushes, national flowers of South Africa, encircle the two protagonists of this scene framed by a border of "amazumpa" motifs characteristic of Zulu pottery. Founded by Fée Halsted in the Kwazulu-Natal region of South Africa, the collective of Zulu, Zimbabwean and Sothos potters Ardmore brings together seventy creators cultivating a style marked by a reinvented traditional spirit. The creation of this scarf marks the beginning of a new collaboration for Hermès.