Banniere Silk Scarves

Cara Arlette “Palm Beach - Blue” 100% Silk Twills, Hand rolled hems, 32 x 32 inches

Cara Arlette “Palm Beach - Blue” 100% Silk Twills, Hand rolled hems, 32 x 32 inches
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Courtesy of Chisholm Gallery, LLC

Ashley Cagle
Ashley Cagle grew up riding in Wellington, Florida and is a very accomplished competitive equestrian with a background in media and fashion which took her to many fabulous places like the Kentucky Derby, the Hampton Classic, Breeders’ Cup World Championships and prominent polo and steeplechase events around the world. She created a lifestyle blog, Equestrian Stylist, based on the principles of the english traditional equestrian. As a young girl, she truly enjoyed drawing and painting and now has started to develop artwork digitally with almost the same feeling as real paints, without the mess! Her art is inspired by the many variations Wellington has to offer as the main winter equestrian center of the world.

Cara Arlette
Cara Arlette was raised in Palm Beach and grew up in a house full of artists. Her design is inspired by the intimate feeling of the extravagant Vias mixed with the beachy atmosphere that is Palm Beach. Cara points out, the first thing one sees upon entering the Island are the rows of palm trees leading straight to the beach, that’s when you know you’re home. You can often find her painting in her studio or rollerblading to the beach with her dog, Cooper.

Kate Sondag
Kate is an artist and interior designer from the East Coast. She approaches her art as a vehicle to create community and connect with the world around her. Pulling inspiration from New York’s vibrant art scene, this scarf is an ode to the creative world she grew up in. She is enamored by the diverse street style, cutting edge design, and freedom of expression in this imaginative city. Much like New York her art is a combination of chaos and order. She layers acrylics and pastels to reveal a deliberate fusion of geometric shapes, light, and color while allowing a free flowing spontaneous overlay of lines. In this scarf she captures the magic of the bright lights, buzzing streets, and cityscapes of New York.


Banniere Silk Scarves featured in Elite Equestrian Magazine | Jan 2019