THE latest collection from the London-based accessories brand Jane Carr sees an inspired collaboration between the gallery Hauser & Wirth Somerset and Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf, whose creative vision has shaped the landscape surrounding the stunning Hauser & Wirth estate.
The limited-edition range of ethereal, highly-intricate printed scarves is available in three different designs; Bloom, Panorama and Meadow – all of which depict Oudolf’s field at the estate, burrowed in the rolling fields of Somerset renowned for their extraordinary natural beauty.
The blue-and-green-hued Bloom design illustrates the meadow at close range, speckled with the delicate pink flora that blossoms amidst wild pastures. The Panorama scarf meanwhile, is based upon a wider vista of the field, in which a mauve sun-speared sky stretches out over the unkempt grasses below. The Meadow design depicts the estate’s thriving plant life in its striking crimson, scarlet and sienna shades.
All of the scarves are hand-made in Italy, and stocked exclusively in the estate shop at the gallery, which showcases limited-edition products from carefully curated collaborations between the gallery, artists and designers.
The Meadow Design Scarf © Jane Carr
by Hannah Bergin
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