For the Love of Scarves
Celine Martine Amantine Scarf Headbands are made from a pre-loved scarves. Scarves we have collected over many years. Each piece has been lovingly studied and crafted into a unique sculpture suiting the drape and texture of the fabric, making each a piece of art.
And like most Céline Martine creations, you don't have to tie one single knot and the bow never unfolds.
- Scarf is a vintage print illustrating the Great Barrier Reef
- We take comfort seriously. All our headbands are comfortable to wear for hours on end, thanks to their no-pinch structure.
- The side knot is fixed and can not be altered.
- One size fits all
- Handmade by Marion Lecesne, Victoria, Australia for Céline Martine and presented in a Celine Martine signature calico bag.
At Céline Martine we name our creations after women that influenced us to the core, women who’s names might not be noted in history books, but who walked before us, along side us, and will stride after we leave Mother Earth.
Céline and Martine are the names of our founder’s grandmothers who instilled the love of fabrics and sewing to Marion.
Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, best known by her pen name George Sand, was a French novelist, memoirist, and socialist in the midst 19th century. She pushed back on convention by wearing male attire in public 1800’s, justifying it as being less expensive and far sturdier than the typical dress of a noblewoman at the time. It also allowed her to circulate in venues that noblewoman otherwise had no access to.
Victor Hugo was to have said at her urology: George Sand was an idea. She has a unique place in our age.Others are great men ... she was a great woman.