The Scarf Lovers Club

club delle Foulariste

December 2017. Italy. Almost Christmas.
A dozen ironic artworks on the subject of death celebrate the year’s end to the sound of rock ‘n roll.
They are made with acrylics and markers, classic painting blended with the graphics of Street Art.
They are on exhibition in Piacenza, in an antique bookshop.
The exhibition closes on New Year’s Day and the works return to the studio.

A month later I decide to print some of these on fabrics simply for personal pleasure.

Where did such a distinct idea come from?
I’ve always loved scarfs, but I’ve never bought many for two reasons:

  • exorbitant prices
  • classic design

Once printed, I uploaded them to the social networks to share my joy in finally wearing something different. A few minutes later a journalist writes to me wanting to buy one.
I start designing them so I can wear them, but I can’t keep them in my studio for long. As soon as I post them, a collector wants them.

From January 2018 to today, I can count at least two hundred scarfs designed and sent to collectors all over the world.

On January 2021, I create The Scarf Lovers Club, which brings together writers, journalists, musicians, dancers, photographers, physicians and students.

They have in common their passion for my scarfs.

What makes them unique?

  • they are all single pieces.
  • they are certified as being such.
  • each scarf is printed on Italian fabrics and in Italy.
  • Some of the materials come from the recycling of plastic to be more eco friendly.
  • the hems are hand-made, and each scarf takes at least five hours of work to hem.
  • I do the stitching myself so that I have complete control over the scarf.
  • the few limited versions contain no more than six scarfs.
  • I conceive the designs of the scarfs as if they were canvases to paint on.
  • this is wearable art.
  • the scarfs are made to be worn by women as well as men. They are genderless.

The motto of @TheMorst, my artist’s signature, is:
A scarf is for who is, not for who has.

Scarfs of my creation are to enhance the person wearing it, not status symbols for those with money.
I search for soul, passion, the taste of those wearing it.

Do you want to join our international club?
If this is your first purchase, you’ll receive it with a bag and a pin.

If you don’t usually wear scarfs but like what I’m doing?
There’s no limit on imagination. I’ve decorated walls in Los Angeles and Paris with my scarfs.

If you don’t want to wear one, maybe your house would!

Use the hashtag #foulartista to find me on Instagram,
or send me an email: info@stefaniamorgante.com

If you aren’t interested in scarfs but you do like art and illustrations, register to receive my newsletter and I’ll send you nine postcards in PDF format dedicated to international and personal festivities that you can print and give to your friends.
We like to celebrate, smile and bring the world together with Art.

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Foulard-scarves

  • Fashion scarf Pink Prickly pear.

    145,00
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  • Urban Art: contemporary pop art scarf

    145,00
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  • My Office: contemporary pop art scarf

    145,00
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  • L’Amour Fou scarf.

    150,00
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  • charlie chaplin contemporary pop art

    Charlie Chaplin contemporary pop art scarf.

    145,00
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  • evil under the sun

    Evil Under The Sun, a tribute to Agatha Christie- print scarf.

    145,00
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  • Blow-Up movie scarf.

    145,00
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  • Frida Pop Art scarf

    Frida Pop Art scarf.

    145,00
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  • watch me

    Watch me floating scarf.

    145,00
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  • Feather Foam

    Feather Foam print scarf.

    145,00
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  • love is the flower

    Love is the Flower print scarf.

    145,00
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  • pop scarf

    POP print scarf.

    145,00
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  • fishandchips

    Fish and chips print scarf.

    145,00
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  • dandelion scarf

    Dandelions print scarf.

    145,00
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  • Eco Friendly scarves: Crystals scarf.

    Fashion scarf Crystals-The Sixties.

    145,00
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  • Fashion scarf David Bowie-FREE SHIPPING

    115,00
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“I’ve a collection… and I’ve given one…one day the woman in my family will inherit a precious scarf in my memory. A personal item that’s been individually crafted and worn.. And I love love the feeling of each individual scarf in my collection. They always make me look well and I feel great wearing them.”
Vivienne
“Every time I wear my Bowie scarf I get many compliments. With great pride I then fold open and proudly share your art! people are blown Away!”
Louise
“This remarkable artist @stefmorgante puts immense love and creativity into her work. I must say that however beautiful and unusual her piece’s look online, They are ten times more lovely irl. I have had people literally gasp with wonder when I have shown them my scarf.”
M.
”I was thinking that after all I’m choosing scarves with subjects that you can only see if I open them completely… But I use them: they wrap me, I turn them … I only have the true essence.The others glimpse…“
Denise

You have enjoyed my logo with many like on Facebook and Instagram, but now I would like to explain what the image of The Scarf Lovers Club represents: why a girl flying an airplane?

When I was little, I used to come on holiday to my grandmother in Friuli. In August.
That was a regenerating month for me: it rained often, the stove was lit, the karkade was drunk steaming, red, bright, so exotic.

There was no television, there were no mobile phones and my grandmother had not even wanted a landline phone.

Now we all yearn for this kind of life, at least on holiday to disconnect, but at the time, the seventies, all this seemed crazy to me.

My grandmother upset my life and for this I will thank her forever: she prepared me stacks of books (bought or as a gift with Epoca, which she always read), yarns for knitting and I had to follow in silence her gardening lessons.

Her garden and roses were a spectacle for the village.

To many this may seem like torture, but for me, who was very shy and loved to listen, it was the perfect escape route.
I learned how to prune roses, how to plant vegetables, how to cross plant varieties taking pollen from them.

Stefania Morgante
When I was young

The holidays were cool, there were fireflies at sunset and I was dying of fear when, walking, we walked along the gate of the small cemetery where most of Dad’s family is buried.

In these evenings, when you could not leave because of powerful storms that terrified me and liked immensely at the same time, my grandmother told about her life as a fresh bride, who moved from Friuli to Africa.

My father was born there and before him a brother who, according to the legend, died at six months because “on one night he put all his teeth together and the fever killed him” (my grandmother hardly ever talked about it and I preserved his pain, although now I would like to know where he is buried, what they said, what they did. But perhaps oblivion was in the destiny of his stories).

For me, Africa, in her narration, became like a story of Blixen.

Abet the boy who followed my father, his grandfather’s cars that were mechanical, the dry heat and the tea with peanuts … but what remains indelible in me – and perhaps fictionalized by his grandmother – is his leaving Africa, after a bombing, on an airplane unhinged, so unhinged that it was without doors and very small (she and her travel companions had only seatbelts), an airplane that flew very low otherwise he would have lost the passengers.

In my imagination, this brave woman, who had lost everything and fled with one child after burying another, turned into the pilot who took the reins of her destiny. I designed her to pay homage to the direction she gave me in childhood, and the patience in respecting my clumsiness, my shyness and the bewilderment of those who want to be an artist when they grow up and receive as a response a choral laughter demolition.

Erminia flies, and I want to fly like her too.

My logo is the Erminia, it’s me, who like all of you want to be the protagonists of our destiny and realize, read, carefree, passionate, happy: and we wear a scarf, our cloak that gives us extraordinary powers. Because we are fragile but invincible. And we love each other and start again despite everything.

Good karkade’!

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The scarf lovers club

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