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The Sirens collection sets sail!

25th January 2017

Get ready for an undersea odyssey - our brand new Sirens collection is here! The new luxury scarf range takes the wearer on a tropical adventure inspired by Ancient Greek mythsas well as scientific illustrations of sea creatures. Botticelli’s Venus, Homer’s Odyssey and Jason and the Argonauts are strong influences on the collection, as well as Ernst Haeckel’s marine prints.

Left: The Sirens design in Anthracite, featuring magical mermaids and exotic creatures. Right: The Neptune design in Blue, depicting a curious flamingo surrounded by undersea life.

Dive in to the new collection, which includes two designs - Sirens and Neptune. Within the Sirens illustration, the hand-drawn winged mermaid waits amongst rocks; framed by animalistic palm trees, tropical bird life and mischievous monkeys amongst spotted shells and coral. In the Neptune design, a curious flamingo surveys an underwater scene full of striped fish, anemones and unusual seahorses.

Left and right: Photographs of the intricately detailed Sirens and Neptune illustrations.

Inky blues, teal and turquoise are key colours in the collection, with the addition of monochrome styles that are rich in shades of silver, gold and bronze. Both designs have been transferred onto our popular skinny silk scarves, as well as silk-chiffon and modal-cashmere blends. And, as an extra treat, we've even transferred the Sirens design onto a brand new cushion!

Left: The Neptune Silk Skinny Scarf in Magenta. Right: The Sirens Modal Blend Scarf in Lime.

"The new luxury scarf range takes the wearer on a tropical adventure inspired by Ancient Greek myths, as well as scientific illustrations of sea creatures."

Left: The Neptune Modal Blend Scarf in Grey. Right: The Sirens Silk Skinny Scarf in Black.

We hope you enjoy this exotic, undersea collection - are you bewitched by the Sirens? Browse and shop the collection here.

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