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The compass rose, used by navigators since the 14th century, indicates the direction to follow. This shawl will never leave you ! Around the neck, around the hips, the compass rose brings good luck: it promised sailors to find the way back to port!

An elegant and exclusive design limited to 100 pieces, created to commemorate the centenary of the death of Prince Albert I.

Lightness, finesse and extreme softness characterize this stole that can be worn in many ways!

  • 100% cotton
  • 140 x 140 cm | Hand sewn, the dimensions of this stole may vary slightly.


Through her watercolor drawings, this artist offers us a soft and poetic perspective of the contributions of Prince Albert 1st, the explorer, scientist and navigator prince. His boats carry us away, his dolphins accompany us and the compass rose guides us towards elusive horizons filled with discoveries.


Albert I (1848-1922) was one of the most enlightened princes of his time.

He was nicknamed "the learned Prince" or "the navigator Prince" because of his abysmal love for science and in particular for the oceans.

A true Jules Verne character, he led no less than 28 scientific campaigns, from Spitzberg to the Azores and in 1910, he inaugurated the Oceanographic Museum.

Also passionate about prehistory, the Prince founded a Museum of Anthropology in 1902, to exhibit his discoveries.

A convinced humanist and pacifist, he dreamed of participating in the improvement of the world: he created the International Institute of Peace.

For him, progress must be at the service of mankind and this ideal of well-being for mankind does not prevent him from keeping a distance and from being aware of the limits of industrial progress, by its possible attacks on the environment and biodiversity.

Albert I undertook profound reforms on the political, economic and social levels.

The Prince was at the forefront of the avant-garde and brought Monaco into modernity: He provided the Principality with a Constitution, had the port enlarged, created a hospital, a high school, a library...

This multi-faceted Prince, through his humanism, his patronage, his art of governing, his scientific curiosity and his pioneering awareness of environmental issues, greatly contributed to the influence of his country.


Monoïkos 1297 stoles are 100% made of cotton and manufactured in France.

The detail making the difference, our requirement of quality passes by perfect finishings, achieved by craftsmen trained to excellence for the confection.

Its box, its case, red, the color of Monaco, is made in the Principality of Monaco from FSC certified paper from responsibly managed forests.


The “Prince Explorateur” stole-scarf-pareo is part of the ephemeral "Prince Explorateur" collection, a stole of extreme lightness, finesse and softness that celebrates in drawing the centenary of the death of a great prince of Monaco.


The cotton in this garment has been carefully chosen.

Cotton is a natural, vegetable fiber and one of the oldest and most widely used fibers in the world.

Like most natural fibers, cotton is a breathing material. It has the particularity of not being too hot in summer and of being very pleasant in winter. A stole made of cotton will not soak up your sweat and will always remain very comfortable to wear.

In order to preserve its quality, we recommend you to wash this stole with a soft detergent at 30°C or even better to wash it by hand with a teaspoon of white spirit vinegar and let it dry flat or to entrust its care to a specialist.

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