The Origami Scarf by Monomatopee is Perfect for Busy Fingers

By: Nikki Taylor - Published: Sep 10, 2012 • References: tokyo-marumasu & bitrebels
The Origami Scarf by Monomatopee fuses fashion and the Japanese art of paper folding to make one-of-a-kind scarves that will bring out the designer in everyone.

What is wonderfully different about the Origami Scarf by Monomatopee is the fact that it is not restricted to one style. Like paper folding, the boundaries are limitless; the form of the scarf depends on the mood of the wearer. You can fold it one day, scrunch it the next, or tie it around to form a bow. The material of the scarf feels like paper, but is actually fabric that can be blown up with air and then manipulated into different shapes.

To create a more traditionalist origami feel, each scarf contains triangular patterns quite similar to the folded and creased lines you would find if you were to unfold one of the paper sculptures. Stats for Geometric Paper-Inspired Shawls Trending: Older & Buzzing
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