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Two weeks ago I was at the Buttercrumble wearable histories event, showcasing their new scarf collection.
Buttercrumble are a design team duo and the motto for their business is “making people smile”. They have recently made the move from graphic design into designing wearable products as well.
The twins love of vintage fashions has influenced the designs. The gorgeous set of scarves are all illustrating vintage stories into wearable pieces. Each brightly colour scarf tells an individual story.
“In A Day’s Work” (below) is the first scarf in the collection and takes inspiration from a vintage compact mirror. It tells the story of the day to day tasks of women in the 50’s.
Each scarf in the collection is 100% silk and they are a great size, 90cm x 90cm. There are five scarves in the collection.
- In A Days Work
- Chocolate Pie
- Red Lipstick
- Best Foot Forward
- The Call
My personal favourite from the collection has to be “Red Lipstick”. It is so bright and colourful and what’s not to love about lipstick print!
The Buttercrumble Wearable Histories scarves can be found here and are £90. Although this does seem a bit expensive, for a large, 100% silk scarf of wearable art I do think this is a reasonable price. I will definitely be treating myself to the Red Lipstick scarf very soon!
Up next for Buttercruble is art prints and more textiles, so they are definitely a brand worth keeping you eye on in the future.