Soft and versatile tunnel scarf in beige
Minimalist tube scarf made of delicate viscose. Protects from wind and weather on cold days with style.
"The Catcher in the Rye" is Jerome David Salinger's only novel, but one of world renown. After publishing it, he withdrew from the public eye: the American writer did not want to be famous.
The scarf named after him by eigensinnig wien is similarly reserved and "sophisticated". It is a puristically designed tunnel scarf that can be worn in many different ways: You can simply let it hang like a necklace, throw it over your shoulder or wrap it around your neck several times to protect yourself from wind and weather. The fact that the viscose fabric is not completely smooth, but slightly crumpled, gives the scarf a stubborn moment.
eigensinnig wien: spezielle Avantgarde-Mode für Damen und Herren.
Under our avant-garde fashion label ‚eigensinnig wien’ we produce unique fashion pieces for stubborn, creative, lateral thinkers and visionaries. Collections that we let become form in an experimental process and that we enrich with thoughts from philosophy, art and literature or are inspired by philosophy, art and literature. That is why the pants and jackets, blouses and dresses also bear the names of philosophers, literary figures and sociologists. We work with materials from nature, which we like to combine in asymmetrical, avant-garde cuts. Our aesthetic is inspired by the Japanese wabi-sabi concept: "Limit everything to the essentials, but don't remove the poetry."