Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Clémentine Henrion
Ein Stein On
The Beach / Silk Scarves


Clémentine Henrion's first silk scarves collection, Ein Stein On The Beach, was inspired by Allen Ginsberg's poem On Cremation Of Chögyam Trungpa Vidyadhara, whose words open a pathway between earth and sky, visions and sensations. Each creation was inspired by stories of extraordinary journeys and explorations of the earth's wonders and meant to feel like a night flight above beautiful landscapes. The scarves' asymmetrical compositions invite one's gaze to dive in and contemplate each detail to gather the coherence of the whole. The scarves are no longer silk squares, but a finery, aimed to adorn the wearer with the beauty and powers of the (super) natural world.

Photos by Sara Barcaroli