The Valensole Scarf
The South of France is full of provencal roads lined with rich purple, and boy is it a site to see. It also holds the lavender capital of the world, a town called Valensole, this scarf's namesake.
One thing Wells, the artist, loved about this region was how earth-toned it was. Sure, lavender is considered a pastel. But its surroundings included olive greens, dusty clays, and granite greys. The contrast was beautiful and inspired this scarf's color palette.