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    Celebrate in color in the vibrant country of Peru! Chillax with a goblet of Chicha, a fermented corn drink, which is the customary welcome beverage of the people of Cusco. Also roaming the city’s streets are indigenous peoples leading their pet Llama or Alpaca for a great selfie opportunity. These fuzzy creatures make such soft and warm fabric with their fur.

    Original artwork by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    30% silk, 70% cotton
    43 cm x 180 cm
    Fringe Edges
    Dry-clean only

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    Ready for a Boodle Fight? A great way to share food amongst family and friends is by serving different dishes on a table filled with banana leaves. No rules! Just eat with your hands and celebrate the growing popularity of Filipino cuisine.
    The pièce de résistance of this design is the “lechon”, a suckling pig roasted to perfection. It is surrounded by a myriad of local delicacies, such as the halo halo, puto, isaw, to name a few. Can you spot some curious boodle fight food choices sprinkled throughout the tableau? Our lechon seems to want to take a closer look as well.

    Original artwork by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    30% silk, 70% cotton
    43 cm x 180 cm
    Fringe Edges
    Dry-clean only

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    Of foo dogs and lucky koi, guardian lions and bringer of good fortune and prosperity, this design celebrates hope and tradition. Inspired by the simple tale of the small koi’s determination to reach the highest peak of the dragon’s gate closely guarded by the ever vigilant guardian lions otherwise known as “Foo Dogs.” The tiny fish’s tenacity is rewarded by the gods and is transformed into a dragon. So, don’t be koi and reach for your dreams. Swim against the current and unleash the lionheart in you.

    Original artwork by Filipino artist Isabelle Ocier

    30% silk, 70% cotton
    43 cm x 180 cm
    Fringe Edges
    Dry-clean only