EARLY ADOPTERS
August 1st we’re launching a DESIGNER COMMUNITY on the website. This mean, from now on you’ll be able to create a profile and enter our monthly scarf competition right there and all your current and past work will be in one place! This is an album of DESIGNERS who have already joined! There are loads more, we just want to show you slowly so you really get a feel for the growing community. Over the next week (until launch) We will update it regularly.Get on it-> http://bit.ly/pvgetfeatured

EARLY ADOPTERS

August 1st we’re launching a DESIGNER COMMUNITY on the website. This mean, from now on you’ll be able to create a profile and enter our monthly scarf competition right there and all your current and past work will be in one place! 

This is an album of DESIGNERS who have already joined! There are loads more, we just want to show you slowly so you really get a feel for the growing community. Over the next week (until launch) We will update it regularly.

Get on it-> http://bit.ly/pvgetfeatured

BE A STYLIST!

Stop into any Anthropologie nationwide and look for our “Primal Leaf” Scarf (featured in these images). Make sure the scarf tag reads ‘Printed Village’. 

Style and shoot the scarf right in the store (be discreet). Use model or do a still life - what ever rocks your socks.

Post your shots to Instagram tagging them #PrintedVillage. We’ll pick a bunch of favs to win! 

Winners receive: 
1) the Primal Leaf Scarf
2) $50 Gift Certificate to Anthro 
3) your Styles Featured on our Blog

xo

SCARF TEMPLATE TIP"The rectangle is meant to show the entire print at a reduced scale, not a segment of the final print. The detail box is to show an element of the design up close that the designer wants to highlight at whatever scale they feel works, not necessarily full size as that would probably be to big for the template. a full scarf is 110 x 190 cm”- Ethan
#PVDesignTip
(get template here: http://bit.ly/1nThRHC )

SCARF TEMPLATE TIP

"The rectangle is meant to show the entire print at a reduced scale, not a segment of the final print. 

The detail box is to show an element of the design up close that the designer wants to highlight at whatever scale they feel works, not necessarily full size as that would probably be to big for the template. 

a full scarf is 110 x 190 cm”

- Ethan

#PVDesignTip


(get template here: http://bit.ly/1nThRHC )

Simply the best.

Some of our favorite submissions from our July #NATUCIALTHEME scarf design competition. 

Design by Holly TinkerbelleJulie Elizabeth AnsbroCathy Conover Bronsky , Pom Graphic DesignJessica DalyMing Fearon, and Brie Lee.

Details about the competition: http://bit.ly/scarfdesigner

Be part of our DESIGN COMMUNITY