Isadora teal silk velvet scarf made with Liberty fabric
Liberty of London's gorgeous silk velvet has been used to make this stunning long slim scarf. Isadora is a watercolour design painted in Liberty’s own studio, the peacock feather motif referencing the Aesthetic Movement of the 1880s, and is named after the dancer Isadora Duncan who was a contemporary of Liberty's founder Sir Arthur Lasenby.
The silk velvet has a wonderfully fluid drape and a lovely soft feel making it a pleasure to wear.
The interweaving fronds of the peacock feathers in purple, bronze and black are on a teal background.
The scarf is approximately 200cm (80") long and 16cm (6.25") wide 82% Viscose 18% Silk dry clean only