Kānēshon - Fascination, Distinction and Love
Close to my heart
Our premium and innovative "Kaneshon - Fascination, distinction and love" towel is lightweight, durable and made from refined cotton yarns with colored hand-stitched finishing for an extra note of luxury.
Very soft for a "blooming" skin with a unique texture on the top side, fast drying and highly absorbent to adjust easily and tolerant to any summer condition.
Digitally silk screened printed with hypoallergenic water based inks, bright, exuberant and eccentric colors, our towels get even better with time just like any secret love.
The combination of Greek folk flowers and Hanakotoba (花言葉) is a flamboyant design collection we call "Give me flowers". A collection full of colors and secret meanings.
"Kānēshon - Fascination, distinction and love" is a luxurious beach/bath towel whose design and color combination is about the carnation whereas in Japanese culture Kaneshon - carnations symbolize sweet love, distinction and fascination. They are often given and received as caring gifts to close family members and significant others.
Choose your "Kānēshon - Fascination, distinction & love" towel to send a sweet message to your significant other.
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M - 0.550 kg
L - 0.665 kg
M - 150 × 100 cm
L - 180 x 100 cm
400g per m2
99% cotton beach or bath towel, lightweight, with coloured hand-stitched finishing.
Digitally silk-screened with water-based inks.
Excellent color fastness to light (7).
Machine wash at 30° – 50° C.
Digitally handcrafted & produced in Greece with blessings and love
Love / Passion / Beauty / Blooming / Trust / Healing / Eros / Abundance / Harmony / Heritage
Maximizes the serendipity around you.
Supports the user to sent his secret message through the symbolic language of flowers without saying a single word.
(found as part of decorative tapestries such as Karpathian style Stylomantila)
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