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    Swash London - Hyeres Festival

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    • michelle the bell

      HYÈRES FESTIVAL For the 24th Hyères festival a Swash scarf came to life in an artwork installation over four rooms. Walls were adorned with hand drawn and painted fauna and supersized Candy peered through a wreath composed of hand crafted paper flowers. Framed artworks graced the walls of two further rooms and were followed by a scarf retrospective of the previous five years creations.

    • Jamee Jurecki

      Swash London - Hyeres Festival ...flower swing for my little girls room some day

    • a-thread .

      Swash London - Hyeres Festival - imagine a hammock like this...gorgeous

    • Silver Cabbagio

      Swash London - Hyeres Festival big chain of paper flower garland swag

    • Chrysanthemum Company

      Swash London - Hyeres Festival. giant flower necklace. awesome

    • Heather Spriggs Thompson

      Incredible Art Installation. Swash London - Hyeres Festival

    • Zara Taylor

      Swash London - Hyeres Festival. How big is this necklace?



    • Jacqueline Doornekamp

      Swash London - Hyeres Festival. Floral piece of art.

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