Diwata (Dawn) Silk Scarf 90 x 90 cm
This design was our first foray into Filipino culture and tradition. Its main subject is a “diwata,” known in Philippine mythology as a goddess or spirit guardian of a region. She is inspired by Maria Makiling, one of the most popular Filipino diwatas and the protector of Mount Makiling in the Laguna province. Surrounded by Philippine botanicals, she is believed to protect the bounty of the land. The soft peaks and valleys of the mountain is said to be seen in the gentle slope of her sleeping form.
MATERIAL & CRAFTSMANSHIP: Smooth and lustrous, this JIM Weaver scarf is made of 100% natural silk twill and is 90×90 cm big. Hems are hand-rolled, so no two scarves are alike. Natural silk can last a lifetime with proper care. We recommend dry-cleaning only and no hot iron for best results.
PACKAGING: Your scarf will be delivered in a free gift box and tied with a ribbon.Inside, each scarf will be wrapped in Japanese paper and comes with a card insert that describes the design inspiration and care instructions.
ARTIST INFO: A visual storyteller at heart, Isabelle Ocier is a Filipino artist and graphic designer who combines her love for travel, books, and whimsy with her penchant for mixing her favored art mediums—acrylic, watercolor, digital styling, and modern calligraphy—into single frames. As the Creative Director at JIM Weaver, she enjoys sneaking quirky easter eggs into her mostly grown-up designs.
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