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  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Scarlet
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Scarlet
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Scarlet
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Scarlet
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Black Opal
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Black Opal
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Black Opal
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Black Opal
  • Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap Black Opal
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Camilla Bloom

Camilla Bloom Flowermelt Jacquard Wrap

Regular price
£195.00
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£195.00
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The flower melt jacquard wrap is a hybrid scarf and throw made to drape, wrap and comfort. It is nearly two metres long and is made from extra-fine merino wool, knitted in the Netherlands.

Inspired by the craft of 19th century Venetian glassblowers, the wrap mirrors the distortion created when floral patterns in glass vases are stretched. There are two colours available, black opal and scarlet, which are a nod to the painter Howard Hodgkin’s vivid use of bold colour.

 

Measurements: 
- 70cm x 190cm

 

Details:
Composition 
- 100% extra-fine merino wool


Care 
- Gentle hand wash with warm water and delicate clothing wash (if washing is necessary)
- Do not dry clean
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not use fabric softeners

Product Details

100% extra-fine merino wool

Care Instructions

Gentle hand wash with warm water and delicate clothing wash (if washing is necessary)
Do not dry clean
Do not tumble dry
Do not use fabric softeners

Sizing

70cm x 190cm

About the brand

Camilla Bloom was founded in 2018 by Camilla Stolerman in East London. Camilla is not only a clothing designer, but a fabric designer, too. Camilla aims to nurture each design - an antithesis to the retail industry’s relentless hunger for ‘newness’ which she previously experienced in her design career.

Camilla Bloom is a prime example of how a new fashion industry could operate. Down to the tiniest details, such as repurposing yarns from sampling, to the garment construction itself - everything is done with the utmost care and consideration for the environmental impact it might have.

“I want my clothes to act as mood enhancers to customers - for them to feel like Camilla Bloom is a steady force that they can come back to.”