1. Inspired By: Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre (MNCQVQ)

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    MNCQVQ (the year 1984 in french) is a French textile brand that is just killing it with originality and authenticity in their designs. They create printed square silk scarves that features hand drawn/painted artwork by creators Amelie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan. The duo has been featured in many reputable fashion magazines such as ELLE, Refinery29, Mademoiselle, and more. 

    I love how the girls have stepped outside the box, yet still use some classic techniques on such a classic fashion item.

    ( explore the collections )

    COMMENTS FROM THE VEDA HOUSE READERS
    1. The colors on those scarves are breath taking! I’m loving soft pastel-esque colors right now. Speaking of, your blog design is gorgeous.

      I’m a new reader, and I saw on your Instagram that you’re moving to Denver! How sad. Denver is beautiful, but St. Louis will miss you!

    2. Kory says:

      Oh wow! These are absolutely gorgeous! I love the colors!

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