Silk Neckerchief - Pink
This neckerchief is the elegant silk scarf you've been looking for. It's the perfect size to wear as a hair scarf, necktie or draped around the collar of your jacket.
The unique design is a study of modernist Le Corbusier Haus (1958 Berlin) and its surrounds. Elemental geometric forms that are iconic of the Eastern Bloc, are photographed and deconstructed into wearable art.
The silk neckerchief is finished with a hand rolled hem. It comes in stunning Good & Co packaging and makes a beautiful gift for her.
What We Love About It
We've been hunting for the perfect scarves to stock at Gingerfinch and when we saw Good&Co, we knew we'd found them.
Feminine and functional but never fussy, the Good&Co aesthetic appeals to those who like their luxury with a playful twist. We love the strong colours and beautiful geometric shapes.
But what we love most about Good&Co is the quality! We hate it when a silk scarf is only patterned on one side, it makes wearing it so difficult. Good&Co scarves are made from superfine silk that carries the dye on both sides, so the scarf still looks amazing even when it's twisted.
Good&Co scarves are timeless, classic investment pieces that will be treasured for life. And giving one as a gift will keep you in the good-books for a REALLY long time.
Things to Know
Size: 65 x 65 cm
Material: 100% Silk Crepe
Care: Dry clean only
Designed in: New Zealand by Good&Co
Shipping: $10 flat rate shipping. Free shipping on orders over $200
The Story Behind It
Good&Co aims to effortlessly amalgamate fashion and art. New Zealand designer Lillie Toogood is the talent behind the brand – her love of photography, travel, textiles and design collide serendipitously in Good&Co. Having worked for Karen Walker, Trelise Cooper and Camilla and Marc, Lillie started Good&Co in 2011.
Lillie’s background in graphic design is evident in her eye for colour and form. Each Good&Co piece is based on a photograph she’s taken in her travels - from the gangs of bikes lining the streets of European cities, to a moment of market life in a seaside town of Vietnam. Shapes, patterns and colours that are captured to create beautiful textiles, and take the wearer across borders to be a part of the moment.