A simple design that makes a big impact. This reversible Large & Huge Dot Scarf is made in Japan from 100% wool and was conceived by Japanese designer Keiji Otani. Long and also extra-wide (it measures 78l x 39.3”w), this warm scarf can be wrapped around your neck twice, or around your shoulders like a stole. Otani’s work was featured in MoMA’s 1998 exhibition Structure & Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles. Dry clean only.
Size78.8l x 39.4"w
Year of Design2021
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Keiji Otani is a Japanese textile designer who graduated with an MA in Constructed Textiles from London's Royal College of Art. He is represented in MoMA's collection with Brickyard (1997), a knitted-nylon fabric that was inspired by stacks of freshly fired bricks. The tiny “bricks” remain in relief even when the cloth is stretched. This textile was featured in MoMA's 1998 exhibition Structure and Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles.
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