Skarfe has translated Leah’s 2017 painting Her beauty was visible still, on to a luxuriously soft and fine cashmere modal blend; ideal for all-season wear.
Black's painting Licking the rain (2017), a finalist in the Art Gallery of New South Wales Sir John Sulman prize, comes alive on a generous swathe of cashmere and modal.
Gorillas in The Mist. Multiple pairs of primate eyes beckon warmly from the lush-scape, turning Amanda's much-loved handsome gorilla motif into a luxurious triple treat in silk twill.
Two to Tango. Amidst an agave thicket, two tigers step stealthily out of a magical jungle realm, breaking free of their silken borders.
The Butterflies scarf can be wrapped, twirled, knotted and draped to show off a splendorous bright red, fuchsia and emerald green palette in every fold.