World War II Escape Scarves

During the second world war, the British army created a secret organisation called MI-9, in charge of providing the pilots with escape means. Christopher Clayton Hutton, a RAF skilled pilot, developped a set of objects for that purpose. The escape scarf being the most iconic object of the set. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Gorgeous Silk Dragon Scarves

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According to an artist MyDragonSpirit: “I have always been fascinated with the worlds of fantasy and fairy-tales. With places where imagination can run free and nothing is impossible.” Continue reading »

Classic Literary Scarves Allow You To Literally Wrap Yourself Up In A Good Book

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The Little Prince Book Scarf

Thai retailer Fresh Comfy is a fashion retailer that creatively transforms classic literary poetry and novels into wearable fashions that capture the essence of the words and stories with beautiful calligraphy and drawings. The chic scarves are wearable versions of many of the pages of the books allowing fans of the classics to adorn their favorite literary pieces on an everyday basis. Continue reading »

Feminist Artist Launches Silk Scarves Made From Images Of Her Own Vagina

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What does a provocative feminist artist do after livestreaming images from the inside of her vagina? If you’re Christen Clifford, you take those images, put them on a pink scarf, and market them as the “Pussy Bow.” Continue reading »

Spread Your Wings: Beautiful Shovava Wing Scarves By Roza Khamitova

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Roza Khamitova was born into a family of artists in Kazakhstan. After finishing design school in Manhattan, New York, she was working in fashion industry for about 8 years. As a visual artist Roza had always drawn most of her inspiration from the natural world around her in the mountains of Kazakhstan.
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