– Limited edition colours created by Shovava for Julian Lennon..
– Truly versatile, it looks great paired with any outfit. Classic scarf or shawl, tube top, halter top, as a bandana, as a turban or even wrap skirt…this piece of Art will protect you from the Sun and will add that something special to any outfit.
Please note: these scarves are fashion scarves, they are not meant to keep you warm in extreme cold.
– When laid flat finished scarf measures Approximately: 200 cm by 70 ( 78″ X 27″)
– Neat edges, two shortest edges have lash fray, gives the scarf a bohemian touch.
This unique bohemian wings and bird feathers shawl scarf features:
Hand-painted and digitally printed, the scarf is a highly detailed representation of Nature, Freedom and Beauty. Just put it over your shoulders to look & feel divine. This scarf would make the most amazing gift for your loved ones!
About the artist Shovava:
Roza Khamitova is the creative force behind the extraordinary artistry of Shovava – a clothing line she launched four years ago from the majestic and magical Byron Bay in Australia. Originally a native of Kazakhstan, Roza’s unrivaled designs and patterns draw inspiration from nature’s beauty, but are also infused with her own sense, understanding and admiration of the infinite qualities of the human spirit. The uniqueness of her ideas are born of long solitary walks in the jungle, through bristling fields or along almost pin-drop quiet stretches of sand. Shovava’s trademark winged scarfs reflect that soaring imagination and embody a sense of individuality, power, freedom, and adventure. They are an embrace of life.
We are raising money to help people who are dying from lack of clean water and sanitation. This natural resource that is essential for life, is in appallingly short supply. Nearly 5000 people, mainly children, die each day from preventable water-born diseases. Almost 1.2 billion people lack clean water, and this is increasing.
We will work with a number of organisations implementing water projects in countries such as Malawi, Haiti, Liberia, Somaliland, Chad, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Kenya among other places. We have been gathering information on projects in these areas, which we intend to provide solutions for in the coming year. the organisations we are discussing with, are Non Governmental Organisations, who are already doing work in these areas, they have the infrastructure and capabilities already in place from years of experience to be able to realise these projects. We will work in direct collaboration with these NGO’s to help provide relief in troubled areas.
We are very much at the beginning of our endeavours to achieve these objectives; we plan to pursue simple achievable projects, in collaboration with competent organisations, with proven track records and years of experience, working and researching in these troubled areas, as our foundation expands helping more and more people in need.
We resolve to spread awareness and responsibility, whilst working to raise money to ensure the continued success of our partners in the field. We would also like to help improve sanitation, develop sustainable agriculture and education. The idea is to start with water and help communities build from there.
Water being the source, the essence from which all else flourishes.
Music for Relief, in partnership with We Care Solar, is helping reduce maternal mortality in Tanzania by providing health workers with reliable lighting, mobile communication, and medical devices using solar electricity.
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