Reiko Sudo’s exquisite scarf is inspired by a poetic aspect of nature: sunlight filtered through leaves, or komorebi in Japanese. Sudo’s textile designs are included in MoMA’s collection and were featured in the Museum’s 1998 exhibition Structure & Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles. Rendered in a jacquard double weave, the pattern is an abstraction of dancing, dappled sunlight. Alternating warps spun to two different strengths add a gentle stretch and compelling texture. Long and narrow (78l x 11”w), it lends itself to being wrapped and tied in a variety of ways for stylish autumn outings. 100% wool. Dry clean.
78l x 11"w
Year of Design
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