May 13, 2011
Let me introduce you to Yaelle. Yaelle scarves effortlessly marry culture and style in a distinguishable form as fashion and art.
Yaelle scarves are printed in England using the latest digital technologies onto fine crepe de chine silk. They are designed by the hand and heart of Yaelle Caplan.
Giving personality to the scarves through the addition of a charm is a wonderful and individual extra. The Russian Doll collection includes a miniature hand painted Russian doll said to offer a pact of friendship and shared adventure.
And they are very cute!
Influenced by the works of Viatcheslav Plotnikov and James Rosenquest and fresh from working with Roksanda Illicic and Matthew Williamson.
Yaelle?s roots are within the glamour of Cannes and Monaco and the rich diversity of Tunisia. Born in the UK Yaelle?s unashamed approach to the application of colour has seen her propelled to the forefront of her peers with her work being photographed by Mary McCartney and modelled by Leah Weller.
Yaelle has taken her passion for luxe textiles and global footsteps alongside success in the London fashion industry to form Yaelle in 2010.
The ?Yaelle? brand identity is a fine embossed golden Hamsa hand. An ancient Middle Eastern amulet which is believed to bring happiness, luck, health and good fortune.
Each scarf arrives to their new owner beautifully presented in a white ?keep me? box embossed with the intricate golden filagree Hamsa hand.
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