An essential accessory whatever the weather, this blue linen scarf has white geometric patterns obtained through a mix of Shibori and Bandhej tie-dying techniques.
Shibori is a manual resist dyeing technique originating from Japan. Bandhej is the oldest form of tie-dye art which began about 5000 years ago in India.
The blue color of the scarf resembles the distinctive and contemporary hyper blue color of Majorelle Garden in Marrakech, painted by French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924.
Our Style Tip: Spice up your all white outfit with a belted scarf vest or wear it as a halter top to the beach.
Material: 100% handwoven Linen(Made in India). Light weight.
Dimensions: 70 cm 200 cm / 28 in 79 in.
Care: Dry clean only.
Note: There may be slight colour difference due to lighting used in photography.
Source: Heritage Moda
Heritage Moda has a collection of beautiful, unique scarves of high-quality Cashmere from India. The scarves are made by hand using traditional production methods.
Fair trade: Heritage Moda does not work with factories. They work with artisans in Kashmir, India who work from their own homes. Heritage Moda ensures that these artisans receive a fair wage for the work they do. For many women in India, this system works very well as they can take care of their families from home at the same time. It also worked well during the lockdown that the artisans could continue to work from home.
Environmentally Friendly: Cashmere fibres are hand-combed by nomadic herders (Changpa community) who own these special goats. The goats and nomads live side by side and depend on each other for their livelihood. This is their traditional way of life.
Good cause: Heritage Moda partners with a non-profit organization in India (No Yatra) through which they plant a tree for every purchase
Shipping fee: £5 in the UK.
Customs Taxes and Duties: This product is shipped from India so you might have to pay customs taxes and duties upon arrival of your package.
Delivery time: up to 15 business days.
Address: No physical store