Scarves developed in collaboration with famous museums.
Scarves inspired by art. They are commissioned by the world’s leading museums, such as the Guggenheim NY, and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is one of the most important museums in the Netherlands. The collection offers an overview of Dutch art and history, including works by 17th-century Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals. The museum has been located in the Rijksmuseum building since 1885, designed by the Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers.
Mauritshuis, The Hague
The Mauritshuis (official Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis) has been a museum in The Hague since 1822, mainly with paintings from the Golden Age. The permanent collection includes Girl with a Pearl Earring and View of Delft by Johannes Vermeer, ‘Soo food sung, soo after being squeaked’ by Jan Steen, The Bull by Paulus Potter and The Anatomy Lesson by Dr. Nicolaes Tulip by Rembrandt van Rijn.
Panorama Mesdag, The Hague
Panorama Mesdag is a cylindrical panorama painting of approximately 14 meters high and with a circumference of 120 meters. The painting, which is one of the oldest surviving panoramas in the world, is a view of the North Sea, the dunes, The Hague and Scheveningen. It belongs to the ‘Top 100 of the National Heritage Agency’ from 1990.