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Meghan Price and Lysanne Latulippe

STRING THEORY

"As designers of constructed textiles, we work with the math and physics of fibers and yarns, knitting and weaving. Consequently, we are inspired by natural and man-made patterns and structures--especially those that describe how the world is made. The name STRING THEORY is borrowed from a theory of physics that states that the world is made of vibrating strings."

STRING THEORY's work is distinguished by strong contemporary design and top-quality craftsmanship. The label's exclusive patterns are developed along unique aesthetic and conceptual guidelines to create accessories that attract attention and tell a story. The quality of STRING THEORY's textiles attests to the label's high production standards and its designers' deep knowledge of their craft.

STRING THEORY is a partnership between two textile designers: knitter Lysanne Latulippe and weaver Meghan Price. The duo's scarves and shawls are made from fabrics that they design and produce in low runs with the help of artisanal North American mills. Constructed with top-quality yarns such as Peruvian baby alpaca and Italian merino, their luxury fabrics wear beautifully and feel wonderful.

Meghan Price and Lysanne Latulippe are experts in the craft of constructed textiles. Their deep knowledge of materials and processes enables them to consistently create innovative, high-quality work. The pair met at the Montreal Centre for Contemporary Textiles, where they each completed a three-year degree in Constructed Textiles. Both artists currently teach and consult in the field.

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