It will instantly appeal to anyone who loves intense shades of purple and orange, puzzling geometric shapes and silky textures.
Delicate, smooth and woven to perfection – just like a spider web – this breezy scarf pays homage to the flawless art of origami bearing a deconstructed pattern reminiscent of a taran- tula, symbol of a strong woman figure.
The powerful theme we have chosen will make this luxurious fashion accessory feel truly empowering, so channel it with confidence whenever you want all eyes on you.
OriDesign. Origami: not just for sculpture lovers. It works as fashion inspo, too. Designed together with world-famous origami master and former Nasa Physicist Robert J.Lang, this sophisticated collection is a chic nod to the art of folding. Love at first sight for anyone who loves details and geometry.
Made in Como, Italy
Delivered in a gift box
Dry clean only
Meet The Designer
Eclectic brand Philipp Sidler is dedicated to people with a soft spot for unusual graphics who are not obsessed with fashion trends. Promoting versatile and timeless pieces that will stand the test of time, the brand is the brain child of Swiss designer and illustrator Philipp Sidler. Having caught the fashion world’s attention with his unusual yet mesmerizing hand-drawn illustrations, Sidler feels responsible towards the environment, too, using fabrics that meet eco-friendly standards. Besides originality, impeccable quality is another prerogative of the brand. A joy to discover. If we say our scarves are exclusive – we really mean it. Therefore we limited each design to 100 units. Cause we think one core value of high fashion accessories should be that you can be sure that not everyone else around you is having the same designs as you. An important aspect of the brand’s philosophy is the responsibility towards environment. As a consequence, Philipp Sidler scarves are mainly made of Modal and Cashmere – fabrics that meet the brand’s highly ethical and eco-friendly standards. The label’s exquisite scarves are entirely produced in Como, Northern Italy, known as the world’s most qualified district for high quality fashion accessories.