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Azur is a conceptual clothing brand that challenges traditions with a modern and artistic approach to craftsmanship and an aim to create effortless and elegant silhouettes.
Each piece is designed, cut, sewn, naturally hand dyed with plants and hand pleated in Marseille, France. We use organic and fair trade cruelty free silk from India, and vintage French cotton and linen.
Plissé Silk Scrunchie
Designed, cut, sewn, naturally hand dyed with plants and hand pleated in Marseille, France.
100% organic, fair trade, cruelty free, satin silk made in Jharkhand, India.
Black: 100% french matte silk from late 20th century.Organic Rubber cord made from 40% Organic Cotton and 60% Natural Rubber made in Austria.
A slightly oversized plissé silk scrunchie with the Azur label. Naturally hand-dyed with madder roots (red, photo 1), coreopsis extract (light orange, photo 3), green tea powder (golden beige, photo 4), myrobalan extract (off-white, photo 5), St.-John’s Wort powder (yellowish green, photo 6). Also available in matte black (photo 2).
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Our silk pieces are hand pleated, without any mold or machine, by two sisters in their one-hundred-year-old family workshop in Marseille, France. Garments are naturally hand dyed with plants in our studio in Marseille, France. These unique artisanal techniques don’t require the use of any chemicals.
Dyed pieces are made from an organically produced cruelty free silk made by fairly paid skilled artisans in Jharkhand, India. Black pieces are made from a vintage silk made in France.
Each garment is unique, with slight color variation, waves of pleating and flaws inherent to the hand dyeing and hand pleating process. Plissé must be dry cleaned only, pleats may fade away in contact with water. In order to preserve the plissé in its best condition, we recommend to always store it away rolled-up in its fabric pouch. Store in a dark place, colors may fade if left in the sun. Pleats on natural fabrics will evolve and soften over time as you wear it. We believe this is part of the beauty of the garment.
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