The detailed and multifaceted illustrations give each scarf a unique and signature aesthetic.
Sabina Savage's luxury scarf brand offers heritage-inspired prints on exquisite fabrics. Each illustration tells an inspired story and is intricately hand-drawn by Sabina—sometimes taking up to six weeks for a single design—before being printed and hand-finished by the renowned artisans of Como, Italy. The matte, opaque texture of the medium-weight, beautifully soft wool and silk blend fabric gives the prints an antique finish. Each piece is hand-edged with a delicate fringe.
From The Noh Playbook collection, which references the costumes, masks and plays of ancient Japanese Noh theatre. "The sly fox uses his obi braid to fasten his additional 8 tails, transforming himself into Genkuro, a mystical Kitsune (or nine-tailed fox). As their performance unfolds, the hare begins to feel uneasy and suspects the fox may be using the play to gain himself an early dinner."
70% wool / 30% silk
53" x 53" with hand-fringed edging
Single faced design
Dry clean only
Designed in The United Kingdom / Made in Italy