"Les courses à Monaco" Stole / Pareo


Illustrations in cascade, each essential element of the Monaco circuit is present on this stole: the different car models for each Grand Prix (electric, historical and formula 1), the track marshals, crucial on this demanding circuit, the pilots, indispensable, symbolized by the helmets, the flags, major, to guarantee the good progress of the race and the bottles of champagne, unavoidable, to celebrate the victory !

A 100% cotton stole that sparkles !

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

Free delivery in France (5 to 6 days) & Monaco 24h



Cradled by the sun and the beaches of southeastern France, this young illustrator grew up with her head full of pop colors! Today, she lives in Paris where the summer waves of her childhood constantly influence her work and her good mood. After having proven itself for other major brands, it welcomed a collaboration with Monoïkos 1297 with enthusiasm.

A note of history

The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the oldest and most prestigious races in the world.

Created in 1929 by Antony Noghès, the Monaco circuit, designed in the middle of the city, has maintained almost its entire original layout, a narrow and winding track, which makes it one of the most demanding circuits on the Formula 1 World Championship calendar.

The Monaco circuit is 3.367 km long.

The start is from the Port Hercule, then it winds through the streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine, taking tight turns in the middle of guard rails: the track is narrow and demanding and makes overtaking difficult.

After the start line, the drivers go up the Boulevard Albert Ier and hurry through the first right-hand turn of "Sainte Dévote", the scene of many collisions in the first lap. They then start the very steep climb up "Beau-Rivage" to the very tight left-right of "Casino". From there, the drivers go down to the right turn of "Mirabeau", then comes the left hairpin "Grand Hotel", the slowest turn of the championship. The "Portier" section then leads to the sea and the drivers go through the tunnel that leads to the chicane near the port. At the exit of the tunnel, the fastest section of the circuit, the cars are approaching 300 km/h. After a short straight on the "Quai des États-Unis", comes the left turn of the "Bureau de Tabac", the left-right section of the "Piscine" and then a very difficult right hairpin at "La Rascasse". Finally, the drivers tackle the "Anthony Noghès" turn before the pit lane and the finish.

This is certainly one of the most demanding circuits on the Formula 1 World Championship calendar. It is the most glamorous, the most prestigious, the most popular and above all the one that every driver and every team wants to win!


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.

The roulottage, a delicate French hem, from back to front is handmade.

The black box, like car tires, is made in the Principality of Monaco from FSC certified paper from responsibly managed forests.

The Grand Prix pareo stole is part of the ephemeral "Grand Prix" collection, a stole of extreme lightness, finesse and softness that illustrates in drawing a major event of the Principality of Monaco.

The cotton

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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