1 piece, 3 looks

Prints are at the heart of Fête Impériale creations. For the Corsica collection, Laura Gauthier Petit, founder and artistic director of Fête Impériale, came up with the Carte Postale print, featuring emblematic elements of the flora and fauna of Corsica, recreating a graphic universe with accents of cartes postales vintage. The idea came to her while hunting for old cartes postales items at flea markets in the south-west of France.

This is the print we've chosen to develop our scarves for this Spring/Summer 2023 collection, offering them in two sizes(60x60cm and 100x100cm), always in square format. Between nostalgia and dreams, the Carte Postale print makes its mark on our scarves with its botanical motifs and timeless style. Often used to accessorize a look, today we're giving you the keys to wearing your Fête Impériale scarf in a variety of ways and making it a major part of your silhouette.

Mini or long, the skirt is modular

In its large version, the Carte Postale scarf transforms into a skirt, simply tied at size. Tied unlined for a long, slit skirt look, or folded in half to make a mini skirt, the Carte Postale scarf lets you play with the silhouette in a matter of moments. Coordinated with a Carte print top like the Roseraie Shirt You can also pair it with a printed top Corsica like Eupraxia, which echoes the print on the scarf. Worn as a bathing suit after a day at the beach, simply tied over a swimsuit, it will look like a sarong.

The light bustier

The Carte Postale scarf is strapless and simply tied at the back, freeing the shoulders and exposing the back. Coordinated with Kea pants also adorned with Carte prints, it completes the silhouette for a non-conformist yet elegant look, with the added lightness of silk. For an even bolder look, you can also tie the scarf as a bandeau, crossed over the chest and knotted behind the nape of the neck. Paired with Acis pants in ecru, with their fluid, relaxed lines, or with the Bastia skirt, with its classic timelessness, this scarf turned into a top will add a touch of originality to your summer silhouette.

Tied in the hair

The little scarf will be your ally through the seasons, dressing up your hair in an instant. In summer, don't hesitate to wear it in a corsair style, tied at the back of the head. Combined with the Orsu top and the large scarf as a skirt, it creates the perfect beach look. Give free rein to your imagination by tying it in a variety of ways: as a headband, in place of the classic scrunchie for a ponytail or even tied in a braid, your scarf will never leave your side, whether your hair is long or short!

The timeless classic

Of course, our scarves are also perfect simply tied around the neck, more or less loosely, playing with the way you tie it. The Carte Postale scarf is a must-have accessory for all occasions, covering the throat and adding a dressy touch to the look.