World Skin Color Scarves by Reineke Otten

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Saturday 27 April 2013

Drawing statistical data from and CIA World Factbook about migration, population density, temperature, UV radiation, GDP, and transport, Dutch designer Reineke Otten collaborated with LUST designers to translate these stats into a graphic code with eight overlapping layers. Each layer represents a factor influencing the composition of skin tones in that particular place. Beautiful.

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From the LAEM store: hand-printed hybrids by Necklush

Alison Shepard Contributor

By Alison Shepard in New Products on Friday 27 April 2012

Necklush’s multi-strand scarves, infinity necklaces, and show stopping cuffs are the ultimate fusion accessories. These hand-printed pieces are about as versatile as they come: scarf, necklace, bracelet wrap, all in one. Each unique accessory is a piece of art, coming straight at you from designers Troy and Stephano in Brooklyn. Necklush scarves and cuffs are currently a featured collection in the Lost At E Minor online store.

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Polaroid Scarves

Clare Hillier Reader Find

By Clare Hillier in New Fashion on Wednesday 17 February 2010

Outkast got it wrong. Apparently you shouldn’t actually shake it like a Polaroid picture because rapid movement during development may damage the image. Philippe Roucou on the other hand, is definitely getting it right. This French bag designer has recently released a limited edition series of 100 percent silk scarves. Each piece features an image […]

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Forget Me Not scarves and turbans

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Fashion on Thursday 3 December 2009

Forget Me Not is a series of Art mode digital prints on scarves and turbans by French designer Coco. All designs are based exclusively on her personal compositions and all elements have been hand-drawn. Her approach mixes several techniques, combining old-school processes such as painting and hand-drawing with digital techniques. And she balances a mix of visual restraint and minimalism with a more leftfield and pop-friendly approach.

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