Roza Kamitova is Inspired by the Plumage of Birds for Latest Collection

By: Meghan Young - Published: Sep 3, 2014 • References: shovava & designtaxi
Birds are beautiful in a variety of ways, but like book covers, they are often first appreciated for their feathers; case in point, these hand-painted scarves. Titled 'Wings,' this collection of hand-painted scarves essentially turns women into their individual spirit animals. Whether a peacock, owl or anything feathery creature in between, the hand-painted scarves have then covered--literally.

Created by Roza Kamitova for her fashion line Shovava, which is based in Australia, the hand-painted scarves are full of detail and vibrancy. She writes, "Maybe it’s a butterfly’s wing or the patterned cell structure of a leaf. Maybe it’s a feather or a raven perched on a tree limb. I take in what I see in the natural world and then create my pieces." Stats for Hand-Painted Scarves Trending: Older & Average
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