Ami Vitale’s ‘Dancer’ scarf adds a beautiful pop of colour to any outfit. Ami is a National Geographic photographer who uses her camera to tell important stories in the world. Of this image she says, “The photo is of a traditional dancer from Udaipur, India inside a haveli. When I saw her twirling inside the magnificent architecture of the Rajasthan state, I was struck by her poetry. She too is one of the most powerful storytellers. Her vocabulary is based on gestures, movement, and expression. My hope is that the photo becomes a symbol of all the love, color, richness, and stories we all share."
Each scarf is produced from a custom milled fabric made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic and diverts three bottles from the waste stream. They are soft and flowy and feel beautiful around your neck. All scarves are sustainably produced and are developed and manufactured employing the highest ethical production standards.
A portion of Ami's 'Dancer' scarves is donated to BioRescue.
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The safety and well-being of our customers and staff is our number one priority and we feel that a slow and sure approach to re-opening is the best fit for us. With this in mind, starting Tuesday, February 16, we will re-open by appointment only (just for now).
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