Discover our large choice of silk scarves, velour scarves and stoles. You'll be amazed by Isabelle's unique and various selection of great museums scarves: These scarves are made in Lyon, France by Brochier Soieries.You'll also be seduced by Léonard, Paris silk squares featuring timeless beautiful Asian flowers.For elegant parties and evening soirées, Isabelle B. offers you the opportunity to wear stunning luxury French Haute-Couture hand-painted velour scarves and stoles.And of course, for cold weather, nothing replaces a soft wool scarf by Claude Montana, famous French Haute Couture designer.
Nude in the bath c.1925 This scarf doesn't show a nude silhouette, but reproduces a mix of colours from the background of this painting. It is a marvelous example of Bonnard's love for contrasting colors. The chiffon silk emphasizes the beauty of the color gradient, from pale blue to orange.
In Italian, 1983. Museum collection scarf from Gagosian Gallery This dyptich is one of the most famous work of Jean Michel Basquiat. It is a real pleasure to admire this silk scarf reproducing the original atmosphere, words and colors of this masterpiece.
The white feathery motif is hand-painted on a sheer white background on this gorgeous luxury scarf, with stripes of solid velvet. Its long rectangular shape and neutral color make it a must have to dress up any cocktail or evening outfit.
A colorful mix of romantic brush strokes artistically finished with aspects of the painting itself. The variety of colors and silk material makes this timeless scarf great for any occasion, 12 months of the year. In summer, envision this scarf over an all-white ensemble. In winter, pair this beautiful scarf with a deep purple or jet black outfit to...
This stunning luxury scarf features the feathery Aeria motif hand-painted on a sheer black background, with stripes of solid black velvet. Its long rectangular shape and neutral color make it a must have to dress up any cocktail or evening outfit.
One of Mary Cassatt's most famous painting La Loge, ( 1882) , can be admired at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. It is also one of her most complex and interesting masterpiece. With its sophisticated gray, pale olive green and other colours, this scarf is really gorgeous!
The stunning beige feathery motif is hand-painted on a sheer black background on this spectacular luxury oblong scarf, with stripes of solid velour. Its long rectangular shape make it a perfect accessory to dress up any black, brown or beige outfit.
Based on the painting: Le Grand Pin, c. 1898 from the Sao Paulo Art Museum and created in collaboration with Philippe Cezanne, this oblong scarf shows the subtle and misty mix of blue and green of one of the most famous masterpieces of Paul Cezanne. The vigor and energy of this giant pine tree is communicative.
Blue Dancers, v.1893 This blue toned scarf is inspired by the paintings of Edgar Degas. Particularly well-known for his works depicting the subject of dance, the colors and brush strokes of the scarf echo those in his paintings of dancers. The scarf is edged in blue silk thread with a sweeping "Degas" signature at one end.
Here is an authentic masterpiece. This shimmery luxury velour shawl features a hand painted botanical pattern, in warm orange and yellow colors with vintage pink and purple accents. You just have to wear a solid simple dress...such a gorgeous accessory is breathtaking.