CUSTOM PROJECTS

contact me at paige@eloi.us for any questions about custom projects and patterns for your business/event/product etc. etc. etc...

A VERY ELOI WEDDING

This beautiful couple approached me to license the DLB Acid pattern to add some color to their wedding. It spanned everywhere from the "save the date" mailers to the groom's tie, the wedding party's pocket squares and hair accents, and tied around the bride's bouquet.

HOTEL SAINT CECILIA

This scarf was inspired by the idiosyncratic interiors of the Saint Cecilia— referencing the penny tiles and Persian rugs all over; and incorporating HSC's love of peacocks and celestial motifs along with poppies and Mick Jagger-esque lips for a bit of rock and roll.

BOWER RESORT '17
Bower swimwear came to me to create a pattern evoking their 1970s/Bob Mackie/Cher-inspired resort 2017 collection.


DARIOUSH WINERY

Darioush Winery approached me to design a custom scarf for their gift shop. They have a very well curated array of items yet needed more customized, unique objects to sell. We decided to incorporate the traditional flora of the Persian run winery-- pistachios, grapes and most notably the pomegranate trees that line their entrance.

ACE HOTEL NEW ORLEANS

My thoughts of New Orleans veer mostly toward celebration (drinking, dancing, parades...). I also did some research on voodoo culture there and became inspired by "Li Grand Zombi", the major serpent spirit of worship, the holder of intuitive knowledge. Sacred voodoo ritualistic snake dances almost always include a snake to represent the spiritual balance between the genders and celebrate this ancient knowledge.


SCADFASH

My alma mater recently opened their second museum, this one in Atlanta, focusing on fashion and film. I was commissioned to design a line of 5 scarves- a geometric, a floral, a film inspired, and two fashion inspired-- of which I chose to show motifs of the process (cutting and sewing) and that of fashion accessories.


COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART

CMA approached me before the opening of their newly built wing to do two custom scarf designs. They sent books of the works in their permanent collection and the plans for this new, very modern wing. The vast difference between these styles prompted me to do one scarf in the style of the more traditional, painterly works and the other emphasizing the geometric angles of the new building in fresh, bright colors.