Wallace Sewell + Florence Hutchings 2022
Florence Hutchings – ‘A whisk, a chilli, some strawberries and a glass of pepsi’ 2018 – ‘Small studies of the studio’ (series) 2020.
A classic Florence Hutching’s palette of lively mints, pinks and blues with subtle flashes of red, which depicts the happy domestic scenes in these paintings, gives this scarf a sense of playfulness.
A genderless scarf combining a trio of contrasting patterns, woven in soft merino lambswool ensures a luxuriously comfy feel.
100% non-mulesed Merino Lambswool
21 x 175 cm
Wallace Sewell is a UK-Based, British design studio, established by Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell.
Strong and proud champions of British design and manufacturing, Wallace Sewell has always had a thoughtful and meticulous approach to production. New ideas are created on handlooms at their studios in London and Dorset which are then woven industrially at a family-run UK textile mill in Lancashire - the perfect fusion of modern design and traditional technique.