UK-based British design studio, Wallace Sewell, are known for their use of color, structure and yarn in surprising geometric formats.
We LOVE how their scarves are often inspired by paintings, which creates fabrics with strikingly bold, asymmetric blocks and stripes of varying scales.
Woven in fine wool in the UK, this particular beautiful double sided wrap drapes softly round the neck, with small square windows of twill that add intricate details.
The initial design process begins on handlooms in the London and Dorset studios. Production then takes place in a family-run mill, fusing tradition with state of the art technology, allowing flexibility in order to weave a variety of qualities from small batches to larger quantities. Fabric is then washed and pressed at the finishers to give the cloth a luxurious handle.