Boodle Fight Long Silk Cotton Scarf
Ready for a Boodle Fight? A great way to share food amongst family and friends is by serving different dishes on a table filled with banana leaves. No rules! Just eat with your hands and celebrate the growing popularity of Filipino cuisine. The pièce de résistance of this design is the “lechon”, a suckling pig roasted to perfection. It is surrounded by a myriad of local delicacies, such as the halo halo, puto, isaw, to name a few. Can you spot some curious boodle fight food choices sprinkled throughout the tableau? Our lechon seems to want to take a closer look as well.
MATERIAL & CRAFTSMANSHIP: Our silk cotton scarves are 43×180 cm big, a good size to hang or wrap around your neck. Light and airy, it is composed of 30% silk and 70% cotton with fringed edges.
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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