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London’s Fariba Soltani unveils A/W14 scarf collection

September 04, 2014 (United Kingdom)

courtesy: Fariba Soltani
courtesy: Fariba Soltani
The London-based textile designer Fariba Soltani has unveiled her latest Autumn/Winter 2014 collection of luxurious scarves.

Named after the Iranian expression Atrisa, which actually is a study of the metamorphosis elements of fire, where flames, light and smoke come together to create a beautiful canvas in the air, the collection is a combination of modernity and classic looks.

Manufactured by some of the most eminent fashion garment producers in Italy, the range includes the modal fabric made piece named Afshid, which is a blend of white, black and yellow in circular shapes bleeding to a grey border overlaid with futuristic features.

The line also features the twill silk scarf called The Asra, which incorporates an organic motif overlaid on shades of gold in check patterns, and the satin silk crafted piece The Felamak, which showcases diamond motifs in a beautiful palette of muted hues of green and brown.

The Iranian-born design talent is known for her finely stitched and thread fringed quality silk and modal materials made pieces. Fariba is currently prepping up to showcase her Spring/Summer 2015 range during Paris Fashion Week (PFW) from September 26th to 29th, 2014.

Before establishing her eponymous brand, the designer had started her career with renowned architect Foster & Partners and design studio Fox Linton. Her enthusiasm for the applied arts was inspired by a visionary self-taught mother who designed authentic patterns, turning her own creations into handmade Persian rugs.

The forthcoming instalment of PFW is due to take place from September 23rd to October 1st, 2014. (PB)


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