Scarves & Wraps
Scarves & Wraps
Displaying your own individual style and personality, scarves and wraps serve as a functional and aesthetic everyday accessory. Luminaire’s selected range of lightweight and innovative pieces challenges the notion of what a scarf or wrap can be. Combining traditional crafts and materials with new technologies, scarves like the origami inspired Tanabata Scarf by Keiko Kuroishi and the Mandu Cashmere Wrap by Oyuna are unique pieces of wearable art.
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/images/products/thumbs/608.jpg Using Kai silk from the Yamanashi prefecture in Japan, Hengen's Silk Scarf is a luxurious textile that comes encapsulated in a specially made wooden case. Once removed from the case, the scarf features folds and wrinkles that add distinct texture and interest to the natural silk. Hengen Silk Scarf Hengen
/images/products/thumbs/296.jpg Working from a rectangular piece of fabric, without pattern, German fashion designer Elke Walter crafts visually stunning scarves. The raw form is given life by adding volume through repetitious folds through a technique developed by the designer. Make My Day Scarf Elke Walter
/images/products/thumbs/842.jpg The Mandu Cashmere Sleveless Wrap combines the luxury of cashmere throws with an understated take on deconstructed outerwear. Founded in 2002 by Creative Director Oyuna Tserendorj, OYUNA has a deep-seated bond to the cashmere of Mongolia, Tserendorj's place of birth. Mandu Long Sleeveless Cashmere Wrap Oyuna
/images/products/thumbs/386.jpg The image of the cocoon capsulated scarf, Hengen's Mayu Capsule Scarf's design references the archetypal form of an aircraft in transit. Exuding a sense of traveling and protection from the cold, the scarf provides the wearer with a gentle cornering for the neck. Mayu Capsule Scarf Hengen
/images/products/thumbs/1029.jpg Designed with the ethos that fashion fades but only style remains, the Pleece Scarf is a timeless and simple accessory. Pleated in Boras, Sweden the material is made of polyester and viscose making it unique from other fleece fabrics. Pleece Scarf Marianne Abelsson
/images/products/thumbs/1030.jpg Designed with the ethos that fashion fades but only style remains, the Pleece Shawl is a timeless and simple accessory. Pleated in Boras, Sweden the material is made of polyester and viscose making it unique from other fleece fabrics. Pleece Shawl Marianne Abelsson
/images/products/thumbs/1176.jpg Designed by Japanese indigo artist Tokiko Kajimoto, the Plump Silk Scarf features an applied caustic print grid, a nod to the folding technique used in origami. Plump Silk Scarf Tokiko Kajimoto
/images/products/thumbs/715.jpg A stunning work of textile design, Japanese based artist Keiko Kuroishi's Tanabata Origami Scarf is crafted from a single piece of fabric. The signature scarf is delicate and organic, but creates a whole new dimension when unfolded, exposing the unique geometric feature. Tanabata Origami Scarf Keiko Kuroishi
/images/products/thumbs/1420.jpg Bold colors merge to create a dramatic gradient in Oyuna's Ula Cashmere Shawl. Crafted of extremely lightweight pure cashmere that is finely woven into a delicate layer of fabric, the shawl provides a luxurious accent that elevates and enlivens any outfit with its two-tone effect. Ula Cashmere Woven Shawl Oyuna
/images/products/thumbs/1175.jpg The distinctive blue color of indigo is amongst the oldest and best known natural dyeing methods in the world. The graceful hue of the Windin' Blue Stripe Silk Scarf designed by Japanese indigo artist Tokiko Kajimoto employs traditional and naturally derived dye. Windin' Blue Stripe Silk Scarf Tokiko Kajimoto