Set in the region of Puglia, the Andeol 'Trulli Madly' collection catalog fuses Italian and Mexican visual inspirations to create a scrapbook inspired image series. This eye-catching lookbook highlights the Australian label's vivid scarf accessories that embody a psychedelic aesthetic.
This food-filled image series embarks on a bold visual journey that embraces vivid color combinations and the label's kaleidoscopic pattern designs that are created by talented textile designer Emilie Cacace.
The Andèol 'Trulli Madly' collection catalog takes its name from Trulli, a unique type of limestone home that is found in the Alberobello region in southern Puglia. Marrying Italian food and flavour imagery with traditionally Mexican abstract art prints, these silk scarves embrace eccentric elegance. These stunning statement accessories are examples of wearable art pieces that add visual interest to any ensemble.
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