Amelie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan are textile designers of Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre, which means 1984 in French, the year of birth of the two designers. They shared the love for textile design and decided to transfer their ideas on fabric, creating their own collections of printed squares. They work all day long at the studio in Lyon, the historic cradle of silk. Mixing different techniques such as drawing, painting, photo-montage, they build complex images combined with geometric bases and inspiring narratives. They draw inspiration from movies, concerts, books, food and everyday life. The unique designs of these square scarves in silk, cotton or modal cashmere with silk-screen printed are really amazing accessories.