Art deco meets Japan with our Matsuri print. The folding fan or 'Ogi' is thought to have originated in Japan around 670AD, and they've played a significant part in Japanese art and decorative culture ever since.
They were not only decorative and practical for keeping cool, but also used as a form of communication for things like prayers, announcements, court orders and maps. To this day, fans are frequently used in Japan at 'matsuri' festivals as part of performances.
The Matsuri print is available in our reversible face masks, silky hair scrunchies and twist knot headbands.