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Exquisite, lyrical silk creations to adorn this adventure called life

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MY EYES, HAVING SEEN ALL | #1

36cm x 36cm ( 14" x 14" approx. )
100% Silk Crepe de Chine, 14mm

Treasured by emperors. Revered by all for 3,000 years and counting.
Confucius wrote of its glory in 500 BC. China’s noblemen guarded its cultivation for 900 years before sharing with the Japanese, who made it the Imperial Family emblem. Imported to Europe a millennium later, varieties bred at Versailles were nearly lost to the French Revolution. The flower worthy of emperors and monarchs: the regal chrysanthemum.

Wear for a long and happy life, unfolding petal by petal, moment by moment, with love and care.

PROVENANCE
A Brajoh original design
Silk printed in Como, Italy
Hem hand-rolled in North Carolina, USA

The collection's name is derived from a Kasugi Issho poem

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UNFOLDING FAR HIS PINIONS | x4 | Charcoal

55cm x 55cm ( 21.5" x 21.5" approx.)
100% Silk Crepe de Chine, 14mm

The creative spirit takes flight
In Greco-Roman myth, Pegasus strikes the ground with a hoof and the sacred fountain of the Muses bubbles forth — those who drink from it are blessed instantly with the power of poetry. Magnificent Pegasus is the trusted bearer of Zeus’ thunderbolt, weapon of heavenly justice. For his loyalty, Pegasus is set forever in the firmament by Zeus as a brilliant constellation.

Wear to set your imagination soaring, channel the power of the divine and shine like the star you are.

Provenance
A Brajoh original design
Silk printed in Como, Italy
Hem hand-rolled in North Carolina, USA

The collection's name is derived from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, Pegasus In Pound

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UNFOLDING FAR HIS PINIONS | Navy

136cm x 136cm  ( 53.5" x 53.5" approx.)
100% Silk Crepe de Chine, 14mm

The creative spirit takes flight
In Greco-Roman myth, Pegasus strikes the ground with a hoof and the sacred fountain of the Muses bubbles forth — those who drink from it are blessed instantly with the power of poetry. Magnificent Pegasus is the trusted bearer of Zeus’ thunderbolt, weapon of heavenly justice. For his loyalty, Pegasus is set forever in the firmament by Zeus as a brilliant constellation.

Wear to set your imagination soaring, channel the power of the divine and shine like the star you are.

Provenance
A Brajoh original design
Silk printed in Como, Italy
Hem hand-rolled in North Carolina, USA

The collection's name is derived from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, Pegasus In Pound

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MY EYES, HAVING SEEN ALL | #2

36cm x 36cm ( 14" x 14" approx. )
100% Silk Crepe de Chine, 14mm

Treasured by emperors. Revered by all for 3,000 years and counting.
Confucius wrote of its glory in 500 BC. China’s noblemen guarded its cultivation for 900 years before sharing with the Japanese, who made it the Imperial Family emblem. Imported to Europe a millennium later, varieties bred at Versailles were nearly lost to the French Revolution. The flower worthy of emperors and monarchs: the regal chrysanthemum.

Wear for a long and happy life, unfolding petal by petal, moment by moment, with love and care.

PROVENANCE
A Brajoh original design
Silk printed in Como, Italy
Hem hand-rolled in North Carolina, USA

The collection's name is derived from a Kasugi Issho poem

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AMID THE NOISE | Pink

98cm x 98cm ( 38.5" x 38.5" approx. )
100% Silk Crepe de Chine, 14mm

The Benevolent Eye is looking out for you
In early Egypt, the lidded eye of the god Osiris became a talisman of protection. Invoking the guardianship of a many different deities over the centuries, the symbol spread across the Middle East to the Mediterranean and beyond. Today the Benevolent Eye can be interpreted as a loving, supportive universe that holds you always in its gaze. 

Wear as a reminder that the universe provides and to live with open eyes and an open heart.

Provenance
A Brajoh original design
Silk printed in Como, Italy
Hem hand-rolled in North Carolina, USA

The collection’s name is derived from Max Ehrmann's poem Desiderata