Cressida Bell Bloomsbury Silk Chiffon Scarf
“The bohemian English circle that included Virginia Woolf, Duncan Grant, and Vanessa Bell revolted against Victorian formality—and their casually ornamental style is inspiring designers today.”—The New YorkerThe design on this aqua and coral silk chiffon scarf was created by the contemporary artist Cressida Bell and reflects the influence of her well-known Bloomsbury Group forebears (Quentin Bell was her father, Vanessa Bell her grandmother).
Rachel Comey x New York Review of Books Fall Books Issue Scarf
An oversized scarf with short, fringed edges on modal, a breathable and durable fabric that feels like silk cashmere. The scarf beautifully reproduces the fall books Issue of the Review from 2022.
Rachel Comey x New York Review of Books Summer Issue Scarf
A 47" x 63" scarf with short, fringed edges on modal, a breathable and durable fabric that feels like silk cashmere. This scarf beautifully reproduces the summer 2022 issue of the Review. Made in Italy.
Cluny Tapestry Silk Chiffon Scarf
The design of this scarf is based on imagery of the six Lady and Unicorn tapestries in the Musée de Cluny, Paris, thought to represent a meditation on earthly pleasures. The hems are hand rolled and sewn, not stitched; the scarf is large enough to wear as a light shawl.
Monet Water Lilies Silk Chiffon Scarf
Our 'Monet Water Lilies' scarf is inspired by the work of French impressionist artist Claude Monet (1840 - 1926). This blue and green scarf is crafted from sheer, lightweight, ethereal silk chiffon and finished with traditional, artisan hand rolled hems. The generous rectangular size of this scarf makes it eminently wearable, suitable for stylish day or evening wear.
Shakespeare Love Silk Chiffon Scarf
The design incorporates favorite love quotations from Shakespeare, along with stylized illustrations of flowers mentioned in his works (wildflowers, the Tudor rose, sprigs of berries, and bees).
Van Gogh Sunflowers Silk Chiffon Scarf
This vibrant scarf is inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s sunflower paintings that comprise one of the most famous series of works in art history. To Van Gogh, the sunflower (tournesol, in French, “turn to the sun”) symbolized gratitude; Paul Gauguin called the paintings “completely Vincent.”
Canterbury Cathedral Silk Chiffon Scarf
The flower motifs on this beautiful scarf are taken from 14th-century medieval French Lady's Book of Hours, housed in the Canterbury Cathedral Library. The colors are bright and clear but because the scarf is chiffon, have a certain transparency.
Medieval Manuscript Silk Chiffon Scarf
Based on a border from a page in a circa-1500 book of hours, the design includes primroses, violas, thistles, poppies, and chamomile, moths and insects, all with symbolic meanings that were well known to the medieval populace.