It’s All in the Details: Luxury Silk Scarves

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It's All in the Details: Luxury Silk Scarves
Here at Artteca, we believe it’s all in the details. Fine art is created of the utmost attention to details with thoughtfulness behind every decision made throughout the artistic process. To create a concept that is perfectly cohesive with that delicate process our artists encounter, we knew every detail would matter.

Artteca does not rival with the art work, it embraces and magnifies it. To do so, we create our pieces with top quality and design material and instruments.

It's All in the Details: Luxury Silk Scarves

Firstly, we choose to extend the great works of our collaborative artists by using 100% silk. We work with two different grades of silk, as it was important for Artteca to offer functionality in it’s pieces, and material is a feature aspect of that. While the scarves and blouses take on a more flowy and airy appearance and feel, our joggers carry a soft, yet structured look due to being made of thicker silk. Not only do these silks feel effortless, comfortable and gentle against skin, they are also the premier fabric for digital printing capabilities.

Which brings us to the next detail, the printing. Artteca uses the revolutionary digital printing mechanism to ensure consistent and long-lasting quality. Color, texture, vibrancy and features will never fade throughout time. This new state-of-the-art textile printing method provides a limitless amount of colors. Artteca faces no boundaries with shades and hues, we can match any color the artist can imagine. This ensures a genuine collectible piece.

It's All in the Details: Luxury Silk Scarves

These two principal factors are a winning combination for creating comfortable, durable, vibrant and collectible pieces. Artteca has found the perfect method between material and printing process that is flawless. Thus, developing wardrobe staples that are as much statement pieces as they are functional.

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