Kaleidoscope-inspired scarfs by Lucy-Jay

Siobhan Frost Reader Find

By Siobhan Frost in New Fashion on Wednesday 1 August 2012

Something akin to what you would see through a kaleidoscope, bright and vibrant geometric shapes make up these cool scarfs from Lucy-Jay. A recent collaboration with Simon Cook from Stone and Spear adds the extra collage element of ‘found’ photography.

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Cairo scarves by Katie Wright-Buckley and Megan Pflug

Melissa Banigan Reader Find

By Melissa Banigan in New Fashion on Saturday 23 July 2011

I’m loving Cairo Scarves, the new design project from Katie Wright-Buckley and Megan Pflug. Made from 100 percent silk, with an invisible magnetic closure (no more losing your favorite accessory), each scarf is hand-painted with simple, multi-dimensional, one-of-a-kind patterns. Although the company hasn’t officially launched, you purchase your scarf for $150 though Kickstarter.

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J Press Signature Chuck Bass Scarf

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Products on Wednesday 17 March 2010

Call me loco, obsessed, whatever, but you can’t deny the hip, admirable effect this amazing Silk Patchwork Polka Dot Scarf by J.Press has — or could have — on the wearer. Being the Chuck Bass inclined lady that I am, I’m seriously thinking about spending $250 to wear this throughout our winter Down Under. Yew! […]

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Lazy Oaf’s Pencil Scarf

Sonya Rosendorff Reader Find

By Sonya Rosendorff in New Fashion on Sunday 19 April 2009

It looks like a pencil, it feels like a scarf? It’s a pencil scarf! This fun accessory makes those cold winter days somewhat enjoyable. Made from acrylic yarn by hand, it measures 130cm long and 12cm wide. Gemma Shiel started Lazy Oaf in a market store and has since progressed to a cosey shop in Soho, […]

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