TWO-TONE BLUE SCARF: Women in India craft colourful scarves on looms in small, local workshops or in their homes allowing them to stay in their communities and care for family. Noah’s Ark, a long-time artisan partner, runs schools and has given hundreds of makers and their families access to clean water.
FREE SPIRIT INDIGO SCARF: Bundle up in indigo blue to chase the chill. Handcrafted by makers in India, this soft viscose scarf has been dip-dyed to create the tie dyed effect and expertly stitched using traditional Kantha stitching, a skill passed down through generations.
STRIPED LIGHT BLUE SCARF: Soft, light and swingy, wrap yourself up in this sky blue-coloured scarf, hand-woven by makers in Vietnam. Craft Link, a non-profit organization, works with Vietnamese artisans to generate income, with a focus on ethnic minorities, street children and artisans with disabilities.
BLACK & WHITE INFINITY SCARF: Clean lines in linen lend nicely to the feel of a modern French café. This infinity scarf, in colours of cream and black coffee, is a sleek accessory. Handcrafted by the talented women from a workshop called Amitava Basak Phhulia, associated with Sasha Exports in West Bengal.