SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Tucked away on a bottom shelf in Sonia Gomes’s studio here is a small cardboard box. Inside, two scarves — one woven in mustard-colored cashmere and the other in a printed silk — are carefully folded. A handwritten letter sits on top.
“The thought that a small part of me could become a part of your work really inspires me and makes me smile,” it reads.
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By Jill Langlois
Photos by Gabriela Portilho for The New York Times
Originally published online on August 28, 2020.