I Saw A Sign Wire Headband

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$248.00

A bead for every significant life event, including that Tuesday. The I Saw A Sign Headband is our most popular wire headband style, embellished with three colors of hand-applied glass beads in shades of turquoise... VIEW MORE

$248.00

A bead for every significant life event, including that Tuesday. The I Saw A Sign Headband is our most popular wire headband style, embellished with three colors of hand-applied glass beads in shades of turquoise and green, by artist Michelle Turtora Zagardo.

Each piece is handmade in Greenwich, Connecticut and patterns may vary slightly from the image shown, making these one-of-a-kind headbands.

Materials: Handwoven Indian khadi (a wrinkle free cotton/polyester blend), sourced by Michelle during a recent trip to India. Aluminum wire frame allows for a myriad of styles!
Care: Dry clean only
Size: 35 inches long x 1.75 inches wide.

Made on-demand in Greenwich, CT, USA.

Ships in approximately 4-6 weeks.

One size fits all.
Lysande brings adventure, travel, and effortless style into your every day, whether you have 2 hours or 2 minutes to get out the door in the morning. Following my late-in-life diagnosis with narcolepsy, a quest for exactly that led to a wire-framed headband. I quickly learned that the time crunches I faced were not unique and Lysande was born.

Lysande’s current collection reflects where my love for craft started: my grandmother. I was inspired by the feeling of digging through your grandma’s closet, to create something that harkens back to that experience. My grandmother was an avid world traveler, collecting beads, fabric, and trim wherever she went- a trait that she also passed down to me. Lysande’s SS2019 collection is reflective of my relationship with my grandmother, creating a feeling of heritage, adventure, discovery, and POSSIBILITY, all in headpieces that guarantee comfort and security.

Classic headpiece shapes constructed with extreme care and craftsmanship and glass beads are used to create free-hand bespoke details. I chose to use handwoven Indian Khadi as the base for these pieces because of its own special heritage, as the fabric that Gandhi used to empower India to create economic freedom - a story after my grandmothers own heart. Like the beads from my collection, the Indian Khadi was collected during travels, this time - my own. My goal with these pieces is that they become part of new stories - handed down for generations.

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