Isabelle Gougenheim La Vie En Rose Scarf

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Isabelle Gougenheim Art Scarf

LE VIE EN ROSE

La Vie en Rose is an ode to the city of love, Paris. Inspired by landscapes, textures, and graffiti seen in her home country, Isabelle Gougenheim explored combinations of pastel colors and shapes to create a unique and vibrant design. Isabelle Gougenheim Designs offers a lightweight, elegant and luxurious accessory that will bring just the right touch of colors to your outfit. La Vie en Rose is available in the greatest art museums.

 It is a part of the new collection 2022. Fabric: 85% Modal x 15% Silk

BE CREATIVE. BE VIBRANT. BE YOUR OWN WORK OF ART IN AN ISABELLE GOUGENHEIM DESIGNS SCARVES


Express your creativity and bring Art into your wardrobe with our 2022 collection. The different color combinations and my travels around the world inspired this new collection. The scarves are versatile in use, comfort, and sophistication. The fabrics are a combination of silk, cashmere, and modal.

144cm x 144cm

Designed in Chicago, made in Italy

Inspired by vibrant street art and pop colors, Isabelle Gougenheim Designs aims to create unique and fashionable collections of luxury silk scarves.

Multi-functional by nature, these women scarves are more than meets the eye and can be worn as shawls, sarongs, and even a DIY Face Mask to protect yourself outside.

Whether you prefer subtil classy looks or unique colorful artworks, there is always a Isabelle Gougenheim Designs silk scarf that you will fall in love with.

 

ART

I grew up in Saint die des Vosges, a small town in northern France, where printmakers during the sixteenth century produced early maps of the new world.  The word America was first mentioned in the famous Waldseemuller map, originally published in April 1507 in Saint die des Vosges.

The cartographic elements of the grid and symbols in maps have appeared in my paintings over the years and in a way, rooted my art practice in the history of image making.

Moving to the city of Chicago and seeing the graffiti in the urban landscape, the experience brought me back to my childhood memories of cartography and symbols.

For the graffiti artist, the site and scale of the image play an important role in the strength of the message. The graphic images correspond to the social and political upheaval in their lives and the world. I am inspired by the directness and spontaneity of symbols and mark making. I also incorporate contemporary titles of music in the paintings prompting rhythmic dance movements. I choose specific flora and fauna from nature to activate the senses (touch, smell, and sound). The bright neon color palette of the paintings come from street signs and public emergency vehicles to warn of boundaries and directions.

I consider art an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation with the world today.

Isabelle Gougenheim