We work with companies, museums, painters, photographers and designers to create limited pieces in colour variations to match the modern level of trends and prints. The results are beautiful sophisticated pieces that can be worn in multiple ways, suitable for multiple occasions.
Here are some examples of our previous projects where we have worked with artists, retailers and established brands to bring their ideas to life.
We collaborate with the esteemed Victoria and Albert Museum for their seasonal exhibitions.
Each project involved creating a unique scarf using V&A museum licensed artwork on our bespoke luxe fabrics.
2020: Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk
This exhibition presented the kimono as a dynamic and constantly evolving icon of fashion, revealing the sartorial, aesthetic and social significance of the garment from the 1660s to the present day, both in Japan and the rest of the world. The project involved creating silk scarf and a modal scarf using V&A museum artwork.
Kabuki actor modal scarf
Long kimono tassel silk scarf
2018: Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up Exhibition
2018: Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up Exhibition
Leo Matiz silk scarf with fringe detail
Leo Matiz colourised photographic scarf
2017: Royal Opera House, Opera: Passion, Power and Politics Exhibition
Beardsley silk scarf
2016: ‘You Say You Want a Revolution: Records and Rebels 1966-1970’
Alan Aldridge silk scarf
The V&A in London is the world’s leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects.
We collaborated with the esteemed National Gallery to bring their archival artwork to life.
Each project involved creating a unique scarf using the National Gallery artwork on our bespoke luxe fabrics.Background
The National Gallery, London houses one of the greatest collections of paintings in the world including many of the famous works by the artists of late medieval and Renaissance Italy to the French Impressionists.
National Museums ScotlandCompany
We collaborated with the esteemed National Museums Scotland to bring their archival artwork to life.
The project involved creating a unique scarf using National Museums Scotland artwork on our bespoke luxe fabrics.Background
National Museums Scotland preserves, interpret and make accessible collections of national and international importance. The collections represent everything from Scottish and classical archaeology to applied arts and design; from world cultures and social history to science, technology and the natural world.
We collaborate with Iconic Images to bring their licensed artwork to life.
Each project involves creating a unique scarf using Iconic Images artwork on our bespoke luxe fabrics.
Projects using historic and iconic images from the frontline of fashion, rock, film, politics and royalty by photographers who were pioneers in their field include Faye Dunaway, David Bowie, Raquel Welch, Honor Blackman, Jimi Hendrix.Background
Iconic Images represents many of the world’s most renowned photographers creating luxury fashion brand collaborations and editorial image licensing.
The project involved creating square silk scarves using Marc Craig’s original art using our bespoke luxe silk fabric.Background
Marc Craig is a street artist based in London who works primarily with large scale murals, both on his own and as part of the street art collective Psychdodoodlz which he also founded in 2015. He has a broad range of creativity working within the disciplines of textiles, graphics, photography, sculpture and ceramics.
We collaborated Susan Gordon, a photographer, on a scarf collection featuring architecturally inspiring London-based iconic buildings. Made with super soft luxurious silk and presented in a beautiful gift sleeve, these exclusive printed scarves are perfect for any occasion.Background
Susan Gordon, Kenyan born photographer now based in London, creatively captures London’s art, architecture and social history.
We collaborated with Carmen Rowe, an American Painter, on a signature dress and scarf collection featuring her graphic abstract painting splashed in an artfully stylish design. A touch of bespoke fabric ensures a light and luxurious handle, while easy to wear finish the look with a laid-back vibe, making it a must-have addition this season.Background
Carmen Rowe is a self-taught south Florida artist of Cuban-American nationality. Art expression has been a part of her life since a very young age. Artistic and musical talents are embodied among many in her family and abstract expressionism is where she found her voice. Her work is influenced by the master of abstract expressionism, Jackson Pollock whom she has the utmost respect and admiration for.
See more of Carmen's work here.
We customized one of our popular paint splash designs to Cove’s specification produced in organic silk cotton.Background
Cove creates high quality classic knitwear pieces that are simply designed.
Ostrich 2 LoveCompany
We teamed up with Ostrich 2 Love to develop Ostrich themed designs created and printed on luxuriously soft cashmere in four colours.Background
Ostrich 2 Love are dedicated to affordable quality Ostrich products which benefit the communities in South Africa that farm and craft their Ostrich range.
We collaborated with Kagari Arnold to create series of scarves based on Kargari's hand painted silk artwork.Background
Kagari Arnoldi is a UK based painter born in Japan and has been experimenting her paintings on silks since the 90s. By bringing together abstract and collage of wordly elements on the silk canvas, she continues to explore an inventive artistic approach to show how we all see the world. Her paintings explore the spiritual emotions of peace, solitude, harmony through every stroke of her brush.
We collaborated with Daphne Stephenson to create series of scarves based on Daphne's original paintings.Background
Daphne Stephenson's paintings captures primitive native elements creating ‘happy paintings' that make people feel good.