What is Banniere
Banniere produces high quality silk scarves designed by local artists in cities around the world. Founded on the values of collaboration, quality, and travel, Banniere works closely with a variety of artists to produce designs that reflects the culture and lifestyle of each artist’s beloved city.
The Dallas Scarf
Introducing our DALLAS Scarf 💥
We teamed up with mother-daughter duo, Carrie & Seash who together have a custom art and textile design studio. Carrie is known for her painting, furniture and landscape design. She also created golf course design renderings early on in her career for her father Roy Dye and uncle Pete Dye, a legend in the golf world.
Seashols, an SMU alumna, resided and painted in the city afterwards.
In this lively Dallas design, she incorporates hidden symbols of the city she adores, including the Bluebonnets and the beautiful Monarchs they have in the Spring.
Faena Hotel Exclusive
This is a collaboration with the Faena Hotel in Maimi Beach. The two designs, Faena Poolside and Theatre, draw characteristics from this brilliantly designed cultural district, bringing art to life.
With the winter rolling in, we are thrilled to release this Aspen Scarf, designed by the lovely artist, Alexandra Williams.
This design is a tribute to her favorite place, showcasing the picturesque beauty of the Rockies, the chic slope style of the skiers, and of course, the aprés ski Aspen is famous for. On winter afternoons, you can find her having a glass of Champagne at Cloud Nine and taking the run down 'Apple Strudel.'
The Hamptons Scarf
Hello Happy Hamptons!
This beautiful summer scarf is designed by artist Jessica, also known as the Neeshe Illustrator, who like many in New York, spends the warmer months out east in the Hamptons.
The peaceful foggy mornings on the beach are contrasted with the most vibrant sunsets and draw a color palette so mesmerizing for any artist.
The South Africa Scarf
Transport yourself to South Africa surrounded by the wide open spaces, natural wildlife and botanical designs.
South African local artist, Arabella June, captures the wonderful diversity of plant species, as well as the African wildlife we all love.
How to Tie
10 Creative Ways of How to Tie Your Scarf