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    designer scarves with stories


    The Arman collection celebrates the life of a professional woman and motherhood.

    Each stage of life has its own beauty and challenges and we love to embrace and highlight it. We have reflected the stage of life the designer is in through our professional ballerina model. This collection is dedicated to her beloved baby to be born and dearest life partner.

    The design begins its life as interlocking, three-dimensional, geometric volumes that act as a chain, and gradually opens at the corners, allowing the chain elements to be free and start their own journey. In the final result, one can see the connection that has been broken and from the larger picture, connect the dots to see the original forms. We are all the result of our DNA, and no matter what we do in life, those elements are and will be part of us forever – the building blocks for future generations. Let us accept and celebrate who we are and how we are.

    The word Arman in the Farsi language means hope, ideal and aspiration.


    The Payeezan collection celebrates the autumn season, the falling of the leaves, coming of the winter, the disintegration in nature preparing for another beginning. Geometric composition in autumn winter earthy colours in combination with cobalt blue is used to express the timing and highlight the event in its setting.

    The collection encompasses series of double sided wool scarves for women and men in two different sizes.

    View our AW17/18 campaign images


    Pardis in Persian means the walled garden, it has inspired our SS17 collection.

    The Persian gardens are world famous and have influenced garden design from Andalusia to India. Theses gardens with their divine geometric design, symmetric layouts and wonderful scented flowers have been the principle source of inspiration for patterns of carpet and textile design, miniature painting, music and architectural ornaments over centuries.

    We have open the doors to this walled gardens of the Silk Road and have illustrated our interpretation of their beauty and diversity in their design and depiction of flowers types, tones, colours and geometric patterns.

    We follow this lead through our campaign and the photos celebrate the diversity in mankind as well as in nature. Every scarf in this collection derives its name from famous gardens.

    Campaign images courtesy of Paul Winstone

    Campaign images courtesy of Paul Winstone


    Complimenting hues of muted colours have been linked together in an abstract pattern.  The collection name, The Aban, is the name of the second month of autumn in Iran, and each individual scarf is named after mountains of Iran, and Fariba’s roots goes back to Mountain of Dena.

    The Aban Collection has been woven by a Jacquard loom to realise a variegated design which is finished with a gentle fringed trim. Every piece has been crafted in Italy from pure virgin wool.  Equally aesthetic as it is utilitarian, Soltani’s AW 16/17 collection has interlocked versatility with quality.




    Our AW collection depicts the patterns of Gabbeh, the tribal rugs woven in the south central Zagros mountain range and their plains.

    Gabbeh rugs bear no sophisticated patterns but respond to the purity of its people, and their vision. Gabbeh in Persian means “unfinished” and “in rough”. These types of rugs were made for personal use by women who use them as a tool to tell a story and paint their world in. They would depict on their daily life, their landscape and their emotions at the very moment they weave. Unlike other Persian rugs there is no rule in weaving Gabbeh; purely based on personal interpretation. However the general Gabbeh design composes of simple geometric shapes in bold colours and depiction of figures of animals and people in the field. We have not tried to re-create Gabbeh but be inspired to see the beauty in simplicity, purity and colours.