MoMA Exclusive: Suggesting the affinity between digital matrices and weaving, this beautiful, four-color wool scarf is designed by Keiji Otani, an artist represented in MoMA’s collection and featured the Museum’s 1998 exhibition Structure & Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles. Each of its four sections features a different woven structure, creating a progression of contrasting textures. Its generous length (72˝) lends itself to being wrapped or tied in various ways. Light, soft, and warm, it’s an ideal accessory for chilly fall days. Woven in Japan. 100% wool. Hand wash cold or dry clean.