Giant Letters Throw in Old Rose
The Giant Letter scarf is yarn dyed and by the use of jacquard technique it turns the ïttag letters into a neon sign.
Neon was discovered in 1898 in London, but only in 1912 George Claude's company, Air Liquide, started selling neon discharge tubes as eye-catching advertising signs and was instantly a success. The intense colour and vibrancy of neon equated with American society at the time, suggesting a "century of progress" and transforming cities into sensational new environments filled with radiating advertisements and "electro-graphic architecture."
100% Wool Jacquard