I daydream about touring famous gardens and decided to make a few of my favorites into a new pattern line for spring. A few of the most successful designs have been carried over into our first-ever wool collection. We wanted these patterns to reflect each garden, but with a unique take on botanical imagery. This pattern is inspired by roses in the writer/aristocrat Vita Sackville-West’s garden, Sissinghurst. Explore more here: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sissinghurst-castle/features/the-garden-at-sissinghurst-castle.
A scarf designed to last, the first thing you will pack for a trip and the final thing you will put on before stepping out. A scarf to be passed from one generation to the next. My mother Jessica taught me that scarves were the best fashion hacks and inspired the creation of these pieces. I still have four treasured scarves of my mother’s. Her beloved Hermes scarf is framed and hangs in my daughter’s bedroom. A great scarf can give you an instant shot of color, lifts the face, and adds miles to a simple wardrobe.
90% wool blended with 10% silk.
Dry clean only.
Approximately 27″ x 71″