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Mansi Shah Printed Scarves
Eponymous design studio Mansi Shah prides itself on creating signature prints and products. Each bright and bold print made in the Chinatown space is conceived by Shah in NYC, though she taps an "informal" team of freelancers and friends to work...
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Vayu Cashmere Scarves
Susan Easton has worked at powerhouse creative firms like Milton Glaser, Pentagram, Razorfish and Disney but found that the corporate life wasn't for her. When we first met, in 2012, she had just succumbed to her travel bug and founded From The Road...
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Massif Central's Art Scarves
Brooklyn-based painter Tessa Perutz founded Massif Central—named after the region in south-central France—as a way to merge her artistic pursuits: curatorial work, fashion, artist's editions and functional art objects. By inviting artists to consider...
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Manner Market Silk Scarves and Bandanas
Silk scarves are tricky. They can be worn at any time of year, but many still avoid them for fear of appearing "matronly" or too formal. With her new brand Manner Market, Audria Brumberg hopes to shatter these scarf stereotypes and make them a go...
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Potipoti
Designing unique apparel that appeals to both the home crowd and international shoppers is easier said than done. But when two artists—Nando Cornejo and Silvia Salvador—decided to transfer their ideas from the canvas to a new medium of knits and...
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Bulan Project
Printed with a year's worth of moons upon it, San Francisco-based artist Ella Luna's gigantic cotton scarf is a dreamy wall calendar substitute. The first edition from the Bulan Project—a recently launched collaborative focused on producing limited...
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Cerebella Design
If you've ever peered into a microscope, it's likely that you've been wowed by the microscopic world of colors and texture; the patterns of nature caught under a lens. That was certainly the case for Ariele Faber, founder of Cerebella Design, a Vermont...
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Interview: Fionn Dobbin of MAMMU scarves
The words Latvia, high fashion and social change aren't usually uttered in the same sentence, but one man with a million ideas has already begun changing this. Half-Irish, raised in Germany and now based in Latvia, Fionn Dobbin is an international...
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Kiriko
Since its inception in December 2012, Kiriko—a joint project between graphic designer Dawn Yanagihara and Compound Gallery owner Katsu Tanaka—has taken off. A mere four months after Yanagihara and Tanaka decided to start producing handmade scarves...
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Interview: Frith Hucks of Bay & Fyfe
by Vivianne Lapointe Proving that collectibles can be properly showcased beyond the wall or a shelf, Bay & Fyfe founder Frith Hucks is dedicated to creating beautifully finished and wearable art. The Sydney-based concept label first caught our...
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Red Brick
Emphasizing the embellishment side of scarf design, Scottish jewelry-maker Karen Mabon approaches the classic silk accessory like an artist to a canvas, creating statement pieces that are as imaginative as they are stylish. Mabon—who graduated...
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CH Zambia: Geren Ford Safari Jackets
For our first Cool Hunting Edition travel experience we brought 24 friends and readers on safari in Zambia. Over the course of eight days CH Zambia guests experienced the wonders and wildlife of Africa with a few surprises from our brand partners...
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Printed Silk Scarves
Drawing inspiration from photography and architecture, these four designers have adopted unique methods of applying their art to lightweight silk scarves, creating uniquely detailed accessories perfect for sweltering days that give way to chilly nights...
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Eleven Silk Scarves
When the bleak winter months really hit full swing, a scarf becomes an essential element for staying warm. Rather than walk around with your eyes poking out of a massive knitted muffler, we've found wrapping a silk scarf around your neck before zipping...
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Data Scarves
In an homage to the online retailer Etsy, Natalie Rachel has produced a pair of handmade scarves that use the company's data as inspiration for the patterns. As the basis for her Data Scarves, Rachel collected figures related new members, items...
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Discover Gifts Worth Giving: Her
Men often wonder what women truly want. Love is definitely on the top of the list, but a gift once in a while wouldn't hurt. Here are some ideas to inspire a surprise for your lady. Timex Traveler Watch For their most recent collaboration with...
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Stolen Sunday
By Miranda Ward Recently-launched brand Stolen Sunday makes youthful scarfs for men and women inspired by the enchantment of California dreams, proclaiming their desire to "remind you that life is pretty damn magical sometimes" in their cheery...
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String Theory
Pairing mathematics with craftsmanship, the textile designers behind Montreal label String Theory weave quality yarns into beautifully-patterned super-soft scarves and throw blankets. The two-person team behind the brand works closely with small...
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Stormie Mills
Using everything from street walls to hundred-dollar bills and dresser drawers, Australian graffiti artist Stormie Mills has been exploring themes of urban decay since 1984. Characters, rendered predominantly in greyscale, evoke a sense of loneliness...
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Symmetry Scarves
For a contemporary spin on the traditional wrap scarf, check out Los Angeles label Symmetry. Function balanced with quality make up this emerging accessory brand's latest collection. Drawing on their shared affinity for scarves, the husband-and...
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V&Y Mart
When L.A.-based stylist Lauren Constantine needed more distinct accessories on set, she decided to make them herself. After several years of crafting one-off statement pieces, Constantine finally opened up shop, peddling two styles under her label...
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Bayleaf Studio Knitwear
Lili, designer and owner of Bayleaf Studio Knitwear, is so fond of making things—from graphics to food—that venturing into knitwear was a natural progression of her interests. Perhaps because she works so much with her hands, there's...
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Upstate Spring 2011
Inspired by "Lindsey Thornburg's capes, complex geometries, Aboubakar Fofana, Suno, and the old rolling hills of upstate New York," the indie brand Upstate's latest collection continues to explore the controlled chaos of tie-dye. Where the Brooklyn...
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Pauper Voile
After realizing scarves by covetable designers such as Alexander McQueen or Hermes were out of reach, Portland-based photographer Jason Kinney decided to apply his medium to silk. Pauper Voile is the upshot, with Kinney explaining that his interest...
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