Our art scarves were designed as generously proportioned silk pieces worthy of framing, or adorning the body.
The Lily came to be after a rigorous hunt for a flower special enough to be a standalone centrepiece in the Still Life Collection. The Calla Lily is a rare beauty, blooming only once a year. Her trumpeted petals offer viewers a multifaceted show. Artist Leisa Wake studied the interplay of light in her belly in this painterly abstract, bordered by vintage vessels.
The piece has been consciously designed so the variation in tones and shapes throughout offer the wearer many options, depending on where it is folded.
They are also purposefully large in size to enable wearing in a multitude of ways. Halter, bandeau, one shouldered, tied crop, over dresses, sarong, belt, dramatic hair piece, the list goes on ~ and we are certain there are ways we haven't yet realised.
The scarves are intended to be experimented with. Discovering new ways to wear part of the fun. We can't wait to see what you create.
Each Still Life scarf has a complementary runner that is the perfect tonal partner. This one's buddy is Grape. The runner and the scarf's contrasting shapes pair together to create more interesting looks.
Each piece was hand painted in Australia. Printed in Australia. Hand finished in Australia. Pure Silk.
Measures 100cm x 100cm