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Brief Published: 10 Aug 2011

B. Heart Graphic-Printed Scarves


Paris-based Brazilian designer Iracema Trevisan has designed a collection of graphically printed silk scarves that aim to blur the boundary between scarves and necklaces.

After working in Sao Paolo with Brazilian fashion designer Alexandre Herchcovitch for five years, Trevisan studied fashion design at IFM in Paris, and later interned with Lanvin in the same city. Combining a retro colour palette with her Brazilian flair for bold print, Trevisan has created a limited collection of scarves entitled B.Heart.

The scarves are designed in series of six or seven and released every three months. The collection is now on its second series, with the third due for release in October 2011. Graphic, fun prints are layered with embellishments such as leather embroidery to add weight and texture.

The B.Heart scarf collection is available from the brand’s website, Surface to Air, and Opening Ceremony boutiques in New York and LA. Prices start at $300 (£183).