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Hilma is exactly what your bun needs this season! It is the bushiest and the most distinctive oversized bun scrunchie you’ll ever wear!! Each item is handcrafted mostly from dead stock textiles and fabric scraps sourced & designed in Europe by our creative team.

Given the upcycled nature of these rare gems each piece is unique and quantities of each model are limited. Additionally, as all bunchies are handmade there may be some sporadic imperfections and slight differences in size.

COMPOSITION

Hilma is made of deadstock cotton fabric and ruffled chiffon pleated ribbon.

  • 4 Layers x 60cm of Deadstock Cotton Fabrics
  • 240cm of Ruffled Chiffon Pleated Fabric Ribbon
  • Pink Polyester Sewing Thread
  • Size: 16cm x 16cm

Hilma

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Hilma is exactly what your bun needs this season! It is the bushiest and the most distinctive oversized bun scrunchie you’ll ever wear!! Each item is handcrafted mostly from dead stock textiles and fabric scraps sourced & designed in Europe by our creative team.

Given the upcycled nature of these rare gems each piece is unique and quantities of each model are limited. Additionally, as all bunchies are handmade there may be some sporadic imperfections and slight differences in size.

COMPOSITION

Hilma is made of deadstock cotton fabric and ruffled chiffon pleated ribbon.

  • 4 Layers x 60cm of Deadstock Cotton Fabrics
  • 240cm of Ruffled Chiffon Pleated Fabric Ribbon
  • Pink Polyester Sewing Thread
  • Size: 16cm x 16cm

a tribute to

Hilma af Klint

Hilma af Klint (October 26, 1862 – October 21, 1944) was as a Swedish artist and mystic, renowned for producing paintings that are recognized as some of the earliest instances of abstract art in Western art history. A significant portion of her artistic output predates the inaugural purely abstract creations by artists like Kandinsky, Malevich, and Mondrian. She was part of a collective known as "The Five," a circle of women profoundly influenced by Theosophy, united by a shared belief in connecting with the so-called "High Masters," often through séances. Her artworks, at times resembling intricate diagrams, served as visual manifestations of intricate spiritual concepts.

According to Moderna Museet the photographer is unknown