The Haussmannian Facade (linen) Scarf

DESCRIPTION

Paris, the architectural icon of the old world. The famous facades of this beautiful city create the romantic and inspirational wonder of dreams that we happily escape into with every visit. The quintessential Parisian-style building designed by Baron Georges Eugène Haussmann as a means to modernise the city in the 19th-century. Parisian Dreaming, transformed into wearable art.

Celebrate the 10th year of GOOD&CO as we travel back to Paris where the brand was born and the love for travel, photography and textiles collided. Our staple, wear everywhere, linen-blend scarf is a light weight luxurious wardrobe essential for day-to-night. Finished with a hand frayed hem and wrapped in our custom GOOD&CO gift packaging

Dimensions: 200cm x 100cm.

20% linen, 20% modal, 60% cotton. Dry clean only.

DETAILS

  • Feminine and functional but never fussy, the GOOD&CO aesthetic appeals to those who like their luxury to come with a playful twist. Each item functions simultaneously as a timeless, classic investment piece and also as an inherently modern accessory. Destined to be enjoyed and loved by generations of women, each GOOD&CO piece is unique.

ABOUT the MAKER

Good & Co

Feminine and functional but never fussy, the Good & Co aesthetic appeals to those who like their luxury to come with a playful twist. Each item functions simultaneously as a timeless, classic investment piece and also as an inherently modern accessory. Destined to be enjoyed and loved by generations of women, each Good & Co piece is unique.

New Zealand designer Lillie Toogood is the brains 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 then 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 are captured to create beautiful textiles, and transport its wearer across borders to be a part of the same moment.

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