Minotaur Orange - Black on White

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Minotaur Orange - Black on White

from 53.00

An XL sized well-crafted pareo, designed to be your all day clothing. A sarong that can be wrapped around your body in multiple ways and become the perfect summer wardrobe essential.

• Screen Print Orange-Black on White Cotton or Viscose
• Size: 175x115cm / 68.9" x 45.3"
• 100% Cotton or 95% Viscose – 5% Lycra
• Hand wash cold - Iron on reverse side

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PRODUCT PACKAGING

Each Pareaki Pareo comes along with a jute cordon in round brass endings serving as a belt, a useful guide with indicative ways of wrapping it, and a tag with a brief on its unique reference to the Greek culture.


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THE STORY

A creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man is what Minotaur was, according to the Greek Mythology. This creature, which lived in the centre of the Labyrinth and was commanded by the King of Crete, Minos, inspired the Athenian based artist Parisko (Paris Koutsikos) for the creation of his design for the Pareaki SS18 collection.

As he explains, “its figure symbolises over time the strength and the power of enforcement. It is an almost “poetic” image within its power: the forms, the curves, the horns and all the elements comprising its figure are harmonically blended in an attractive synthesis. A vase in the form of a bull’s head exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete, triggered the design progressively approached in a modern style.”

 Visit www.parisko.com to learn more about the artist.