The archives from the original Duvelleroy house hold a treasure: hundreds of "blue prints" of lace patterns. They are called cyanotypes, photosensitive proof copies used in the XIXth century to keep trace of each lace created for the fans. By using the motifs of these lace blue prints from the archives to create original bandana patterns, these fans shed a new light on the floral aesthetic, dear to the Maison.
Sycamore wood sticks. Silk-Screen printed lilac cotton cloth, stiffened, hand-pleated and assembled to the frame.