Introducing our exclusive "Pink Ribbon Scarf Series," a heartfelt tribute to Pinktober and the resilient spirit of those affected by breast cancer. Each piece is a work of art, meticulously hand-painted by our talented local artisans, making it truly unique.
Design Inspiration: Infused with meaningful motifs, the series showcases delicate pink ribbons and a variety of florals, including the symbolic carnation—a powerful emblem of breast cancer awareness. Each stroke on these scarves represents a story of hope, strength, and the unwavering support we extend to those fighting the battle.
Craftsmanship: Crafted with care and dedication, every scarf in this series is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Our local artisans pour their skill and passion into each piece, taking 3-5 days to bring the intricate designs to life. The result is a collection that not only adorns but also carries a profound message of solidarity.
Charitable Giving: In the spirit of giving back, a portion of the sales from the Pink Ribbon Scarf Series will be donated to Yayasan Budi Penyayang. This impactful NGO is committed to supporting the welfare and well-being of Malaysians, particularly those facing the challenges of cancer. Through the specific support group for cancer patients (@penyayang.pesakit.cancer), the funds contribute to education, public welfare, research, health, and medical initiatives.
Serial number: To add an extra touch of exclusivity, each scarf comes with a unique serial number, ranging from PRB 2023-001 to PRB 2023-017. This not only ensures the uniqueness of your scarf but also signifies your contribution to a meaningful cause.
By adorning yourself with a scarf from this series, you not only embrace elegance but also become part of a movement that advocates for awareness, compassion, and support. Let's paint the world pink and stand together against breast cancer.
- 100% habotai silk scarf
- Featuring fully hand-painted in-house batik design
- 100% hand-drawn using "chanting"
- 70" x 21" size
- Includes an authenticity certificate, adding value to the art piece
- Comes in a hard box
|Hand-drawn by Hanin Kamal
|Batik artist |Horticulturist