Elements From The Heart Silk Scarf

$200.00

This stunning scarf was designed by award-winning artist Jamie Okuma (Luiseño/Shoshone Bannock) and features her original design in beadwork and featherwork.
This limited edition scarf is so elegant. Okuma first created the design in beads and feathers, then photographed the work, and had the remixed image digitally printed. Now, we can appreciate the beauty, elegance, and impact of traditional regalia in modern fashion. A bold and unique addition to your day or evening wear. Pair with Okuma's Parfleche Rope Necklace for additional punch, sold separately at this link. The 100% silk scarf measures 32″ long x 32″ wide. This item ships from the US.
  • 32" x 32"
  • Limited Edition
  • 100% Soft Silk
  • Okuma began working with beads as a child creating her own dance regalia for powwows near her home, on the La Jolla Luiseño Reservation. Historical accuracy, exemplary workmanship, and keen attention to detail are the hallmarks of her work. At the age of 22, Okuma became the youngest artist in the history of Santa Fe Indian Market to win Best of Show, which would become the first of her numerous Best in Show awards. She is now venturing into the exciting world of contemporary fashion.
    This limited edition scarf is so elegant. Okuma first created the design in beads and feathers, then photographed the work, and had the remixed image digitally printed. Now, we can appreciate the beauty, elegance, and impact of traditional regalia in modern fashion. A bold and unique addition to your day or evening wear. Pair with Okuma's Parfleche Rope Necklace for additional punch, sold separately at this link. The 100% silk scarf measures 32″ long x 32″ wide. This item ships from the US.
  • 32" x 32"
  • Limited Edition
  • 100% Soft Silk
  • Okuma began working with beads as a child creating her own dance regalia for powwows near her home, on the La Jolla Luiseño Reservation. Historical accuracy, exemplary workmanship, and keen attention to detail are the hallmarks of her work. At the age of 22, Okuma became the youngest artist in the history of Santa Fe Indian Market to win Best of Show, which would become the first of her numerous Best in Show awards. She is now venturing into the exciting world of contemporary fashion.

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