• Image of Harvest Patterns - Scarf
  • Image of Harvest Patterns - Scarf
  • Image of Harvest Patterns - Scarf
  • Image of Harvest Patterns - Scarf

Photographed from the helicopter, who would have thought that cotton farming could look so artistic.

Created by award winning photographer, helicopter pilot and fashion designer Robyn Hills, iconic photos are printed onto fabric and hand-tailored into 'wearable art'. Give a stylish gift that will be talked about – reminding them of you each time it's worn. These unique pieces are conversation starters.

Gift boxed for a lovely presentation, each comes with the story and a miniature of the original photo that inspired the design. The beautiful wooden box has a sliding drawer – creating delighted suspense when opening your gift.

The wearer will be delighted at how often they get complimented on their tie or scarf – retelling the story of you giving it to them.

Fabric is 45% cotton 55% silk chosen for it's light weight, luxury feel and beautiful draping. Because the fabric is a natural fibre, there will be variations in the colour and the surface texture. This is a character of using natural fibres and should be embraced as part of the process.

Care Instructions: Dry cleaning recommended however, can be carefully hand washed with gentle soap. Cool iron.

Packaging: A stylish Paulownia Timber box - a sustainable and renewable timber source - made in China.

Gift boxed with a miniature of the original photograph used to create the design.

Size: 65 x 65cm

Tags: Scarf, Scarves, Silk, Cotton Australia, gift, hand made, Made in Australia, fashion, designer scarves, custom scarves, wearable art, photography, photographic, custom, bespoke, accessories