Partnership with Como Lake Today for charity | Aquadulza Collab
AQUADULZA presents a solidarity silk foulard in collaboration with COMO LAKE Today
COMO LAKE Today the online magazine dedicated to Lake Como, has announced the creation of its first accessory-a silk scarf, made in collaboration with AQUADULZA, a Lake Como silk producer in the luxury sector.
The scarf is made of smooth and shiny silk twill, produced in Como, Italy, using the traditional skill and excellent artistic abilities of Como silk masters.
The pattern motif is composed of brightly colored and playful subjects selected by Elena Markova, founder of COMO LAKE Today and transformed into print by illustrator Iryna Vale.
The iconic villages and villas of Lake Como have been reinterpreted in a novel style, while maintaining their original appearance. The colors are inspired by the lake's distinctive palette: the pink of the camellia, rhododendron and oleander blooms, the blue of the water and sky, and the green of the trees that embrace it.
The silk scarf provides natural softness and durability, creating an effect with a touch soft, light as the summer wind on the lake evoking the enchanted lake atmosphere.
The scarf is available in two sizes: 70x70cm and 45x45cm. The COMO LAKE Today scarf can be worn in multiple ways and is a perfect accessory to define one's style.
"I was thrilled to work on this project with a philanthropic goal. It was my desire to create an elegant yet cheerful scarf that would represent in an unprecedented way, Lake Como. I am grateful to AQUADULZA for this great opportunity" - says Elena Markova, creator of COMO LAKE Today.
The COMO LAKE Today scarf is available online, and in the De Comm in Como (Via Giovio, 18).
Proceeds from the sale of the scarf will be partially donated to the Tabletochki Foundation which provides support to Ukrainian children during cancer treatment. Since 2011, the Tabletochki Foundation creates favorable conditions to ensure the best medical care and psychological support to Ukrainian children and their families during and after treatments.
We invite you to support the Tabletochki Foundation's work by purchasing the scarf or making a donation directly in Ukraine.
Leave a comment
Please note, comments must be approved before they are published