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On our minds: Maiyet x Met

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by adakallgren on 30 October, 2014

Combining the brand’s craft-based production practices with digital prints inspired by work of Cubist artists such as Jean Gris, the Maiyet carves are wearable artisanal art at its best.

On our minds today are Maiyet’s Cubist-inspired limited edition scarves, launched in celebration of Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Apollo Circle Benefit gala on 19 November. Combining the brand’s craft-based production practices with digital prints inspired by work of Cubist artists such as Jean Gris, the scarves are wearable artisanal art at its best. More here. /Ada Källgren


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