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The Celine Semaan Vernon NASA Apparel is Modeled on Space Imagery

 - Apr 28, 2014
References: slowfactory & mymodernmet
These scarves by Celine Semaan Vernon take viewers on a literal tour of the cosmos. Printed upon each of the silk pieces are images taken from NASA's Hubble Telescope, giving way to cosmic swirls of green, pink, purple and blue.

In addition to being aesthetically appealing, an offshoot of color bursts and outer space formations, these scarves have also been produced with a mind for sustainability. The fabrics are all natural and have been assembled by hand in both Montreal and New York. This environmental approach to design resonates with the items as they directly reflect what lies outside of Earth's borders.

Although these garments are scarves, their large size enables buyers to use them as blankets, throws or covers.