Collaboration ~ Marche Rue Dix

Collaboration ~ Marche Rue Dix

December 01, 2017

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Our Marche wrap scarf holds a special place in our hearts as it was made in collaboration with our good friend Nilea, the owner of Marche, our favorite little shop in Crown Heights Brooklyn! Right next door to the boutique is their restaurant Cafe Rue Dix, my favorite place to eat in the neighborhood. The interior of both spaces are incredible, a perfect mix of geometric patterns and rich textiles, we knew it would be the perfect inspiration for our scarf. Measures 40"x40" with hand applied tassels at each corner, it's perfect for bundling up and adding a little bit of color and pattern to your look, or keep it draped over your office chair to wrap up on cooler days.

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