Based on the design of the Danse Pacifique scarf
Headdresses adorned with colorful feathers are delicately placed below shells characteristic of the Pacific Ocean – in particular cowries, which are recognizable due to their oval shape and jagged center. Until the beginning of the 20th century, these were the main currency of exchange in the archipelagos and they often adorned ceremonial costumes. Here, the designer Laurence Bourthoumieux pays tribute to the culture of Papua New Guinea. More than 700 different languages coexist in this part of the world, which is also renowned for the diversity of its landscapes, tropical forests, mountains and savannah.