Abrakadabra
Abrakadabra
Abrakadabra
Abrakadabra
Abrakadabra
Abrakadabra
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Abrakadabra

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‘Abrakadabra’ is a refined knitted scarf in 100% extra fine merino wool.

100% made in Belgium

• Material
100% merino wool

• Colours
Deep blue and denim

• Dimensions
200 cm x 40 cm
The generous length and width of this scarf allow for various styling options. Whether you prefer to loop it casually around your neck, drape it elegantly over your shoulders, or wear it as a statement piece, this scarf effortlessly complements your winter wardrobe.

 Inspiration
Wolvis and visual artist and writer Maarten Inghels designed four magical scarves together. Maarten incorporated spells from medieval grimoires into oil paint drawings, which in turn were translated into scarves. We believe that a scarf from this series will offer you protection and that you will be able to disappear (in it) at the right moment... Magic!
Find out more about this enchanting collaboration here.

The term "abrakadabra" has its origins in Roman times, where it was used as an amulet to relieve pain and illness. The amulet consisted of an equilateral triangle of 11 lines with one letter disappearing each time, and it was believed that the word was an image that could reduce illness. In Aramaic, "abera kedabera" means "I will create when I speak," but today the term is used in Dutch to denote something incomprehensible.

• Care instructions
Hand wash or machine wash at maximum 30°C. Please use a wool detergent without fabric softener. Do not tumble dry and dry flat.

• Shipping
We ship every Tuesday and Thursday.

*Please note our campaign shots are analogue photo's, therefore colours may slightly vary. The packshot shows the true colours.