Meet Designer Mary DeArment

Luxury scarves of silk and cashmere showcasing unique word based art are the sum of Scarves by Mary DeArment. By using socially conscious words/phrases/ acronyms such as “peace,” “gender equality,” “STEM,” and “world citizen,” Mary constructs visual puzzles, exquisite patterns, and geometric designs that magically fuse together to create a one-of-a-kind designs.


From her online boutique to the program brochures and gift bags of the American Music Awards and Emmys, Scarves by Mary DeArment are not only accessorizing celebrities around the country but they also offer a vehicle for women to literally wear their word, making a definitive statement in fashion, style, personality and social awareness, thus empowering women one scarf at a time, a message in sync with the National Women's History Museum (NWHM) with whom DeArment collaborates. Her established fashion scarf brand includes high-end luxe scarves which empower women of all ages and skin tones while inviting interesting, even thought provoking, conversations about the messages embedded in her artwork. 

Entrepreneur and socially conscious designer Mary DeArment draws inspiration from her background in graphic design, art, teaching, and dance to create meaningful word designs appropriate for many products which promote imagination one design at a time. 




Scarf as Travel Accessory: Practical, Memorable and Personal

by Mary DeArment May 23, 2017

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Mary DeArment Forges Strategic Partnership with VIDA, Harnessing the Power of the Internet and Digital Printing to Democratize Art Through Fashion

by Mary DeArment April 21, 2017

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“Millennials have something to say” so entrepreneur Mary DeArment, in unity with her client base, provides unique word-based art expressing personalization, connection and deep-rooted values. Fashion designer DeArment responds to political shifts, new production methods, changing demographics and emerging technology, creating new word-art products, available through collaboration with VIDA, a globally-minded company that uses technology to bridge distance and bring together artists and producers.

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Top 10 Reasons a Silk Scarf by Mary DeArment is the Perfect Gift this Giving Season

by Mary DeArment October 21, 2016

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7. Versatile...
Minnie Driver at the Backstage Creations Giving Suite benefitting the Television Academy Foundation Educational Programs at the 68th Emmy® Awards at the Microsoft Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in Los Angeles.(Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision for Backstage Creations/AP Images)


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      Top Favorite Moments at Inspirational 2016 Annual Women Making History Event In Los Angeles

      by Mary DeArment October 04, 2016

      toni Ko entrepreneur NYX Perverse Sunglasses mary DeArment silk scarves National Womens History Museum Women Making History Beverly Hills luxe accessory luxury brandTo my delight, honorees and presenters at the Women Making History brunch in LA received luxury scarves by Mary DeArment in recognition of their accomplishments and support of the National Women's History Museum. The event was flawless; every speaker was articulate and inspired, sharing with the audience a vision of a National Women's History Museum on the mall in Washington D.C.

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