Composition: 80% Merino wool, 20% rayon

Dimensions: 17.72 inches x 74.83 inches (45cm x 190cm)

Color scheme: LEATHER BROWN

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Made in France - Lyon
A very warm, soft, and thick wool scarf to face the coldest days of winter. With its blended hues of leather brown, beige, rust and a touch of grey, this thick scarf is perfect for completing a more relaxed look. This comfortable scarf is well suited for wearing on trips to the mountains for winter sports. Its meticulous finishing work and large fringes of 2.5–3 inches (6-7cm) give it a more sporty appearance. Its restyled geometric design done in Jacquard weaving pairs well with its very stylish color scheme and together make for a creative and original piece. Entirely made in France in our workshop in Lyon.

Inspired by building façades with a multitude of windows, balconies, and glass doors, the design is realized in a geometric fashion, lending the scarf an ultra-modern look. At the same time, the five different stripes of color along the length of the scarf give it a refined touch, creating a perfect harmony between fashion and warmth with its blend of brown and grey tones to keep you warm in the winter. We think you will also really like the particular weaving pattern we used in making the cloth for this scarf, which we carefully selected from among the many various Jacquard weaves available to us.


With its relaxed, sporty style, this piece can be paired with black or chestnut brown leather jackets, anthracite gray or black coats, and of course with colorful parkas, be it in ochre, rust red, khaki, or even chestnut gray or marine.


To wash a wool-based scarf, we advise washing by hand. Soak your scarf in tepid water, as wool does not tolerate high temperatures. Use a gentle detergent or one especially made for wool. To dry, put the scarf in a towel to soak up the excess water, but do not wring it out or twist it, and lay it flat to dry. It must be ironed on low with a generous use of your iron’s vapor function to restore the scarf’s volume and softness. While putting it in the dryer is absolutely out of the question, you can take it in for dry cleaning instead.


The weaving method used to make this scarf involves the interweaving of rayon warp thread with Merino wool weft thread, utilizing a specially curated pattern. In order to do this, the Fabrique d’Écharpe weaving atelier uses Jacquard looms. The Jacquard loom was developed by Lyon-native Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1801, who created the first mechanical system that could be programmed with perforated cards to create a design by interweaving different colored threads. Thanks to the artisan weaving knowledge transmitted to us from generation to generation since 1880, today we have electronically controlled looms that allow for the scarf to be produced with impeccable quality all while respecting the purest methods of traditional Lyon Jacquard weaving.

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