Marianne North was a remarkable Victorian artist and botanist who travelled the world, breaking conventions and discovering new species of fauna and flora.
Over her 14 years of global travel and adventure she created 848 paintings and even documented species that were not previously known to science. Our latest range with Kew has been curating using inspiration from their archives and samples of Marianne's painting which we have been given exclusive access to by Kew.
A percentage of every sale from this range goes towards the vital work carried out at Kew into climate change research, conservation and preservation of natural habitats.
This scarf features our 'Indian Lily' print and is part of our One Hundred Stars collaboration with KEW Royal Botanic Gardens.
At 100cm x 200cm our scarves are perfect for layering in the winter months or using as a shawl or coverup (pashmina style!) during the summer months.
Made of 50% Modal 50% Viscose
One Size, 100cm x 200cm (Approx length)
Hand wash at 30ºc and cool iron only
Do not tumble dry or machine wash
Based in their Sheffield Studio, British designers One Hundred Stars create beautiful, diverse hand screen printed scarves, nightwear and clothing. Founded in 2015 by two sisters, One Hundred Star’s eclectic pieces and designs are inspired by the sisters’ travels around the world. Every item is made using a combination of soft, natural fabrics to produce statement fashion pieces that are both fun and comfortable to wear. Every season One Hundred Stars creatively adapt their prints and patterns to produce unique, stunning new designs.