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BONCOURA scarf marine
A luxurious scarf made by folding the fabric with an old-fashioned loom and making use of the selvage.
In order to get the desired color, we mix multiple colors and adjust the density to create the color many times.
Depending on the fabric width, multiple blades are used to imprint.
The colors are not printed screens, but the old-fashioned manufacturing method.
At this time, the dye is carefully done so that there is no unevenness in color, but only the intuition of the craftsman is relied on.
Although it is not suitable for mass production, it produces something with a deep taste.
If there is a white part that is not normally colored, you tend to think that the labor will be reduced as much as the color is not on.
You can prevent bleeding by putting something to prevent staining in advance on the places you don't want the color to stain.
As a result, one more process is added, so the productivity will be worse, but the result will be a beautiful product that does not bleed.
For this scarf, we woven a thick fabric from scratch, but due to the thickness, we faced the problem that the dye would not pass through to the back of the fabric and tend to turn white. I managed to get it on.
Patterns such as yachts and anchors that are reminiscent of the sea are universal patterns that never go out of style and are easy to match with anything.
Above all, the compatibility with BONCOURA's Pea coat is outstanding.