We just can’t help but be inspired by what Farah Malike and Dana Arbib have started. It began with an idea and personal pact between Malik, a Pakistani Muslim, and Arbib, a Libyan Jew, and has become an original fashion line known as A PEACE TREATY.
The A PEACE TREATY scarves are hand crafted using ancient techniques by local village artisans. Not only are these scarves preserving and supporting these old techniques, they are employing people who may not otherwise be able to get work. From silky vibrant hues and original patterns, to gauzy lightweight neutrals, the A PEACE TREATY scarf collection is visually stunning. Compelling in both looks and message, these beautifully hand crafted scarves are an essential addition to any wardrobe.
Some of our favourites from their spring/summer pieces are part of the NATSU collection. A tribute to Japanese art, these lovely scarves include repetitive patterns inspired by vintage kimonos and the bright bold prints of the Art Deco era. Read more about NATSU here.
Feel free to see them for yourself, the A PEACE TREATY scarf collection is available at the Semperviva Kits Beach Studio on West 4th.