Op artist Bridget Riley is said to have tried to sue a fashion designer for creating a dress that resembled one of her paintings. At the risk of sounding controversial, we’d like to say that Op art did not invent trippy patterns. Look to the history of textiles and you will see: weavers and knitters have been working the optical effects of geometry for millennia.
This double knit looks as good on the men as it does on the ladies and being made of cotton, viscose and elastane, this scarf is especially suitable to those with wool allergies. Offer it as a gift to deliver warm and fuzzy feelings.
9.75 x 73 inches
50% cotton, 45% viscose, 5% elastane