French Bulldog Long Silk Scarf as seen in The Scotsman's Accessories Edit

Small Beige French Bulldog Long Silk Scarf as seen in The Scotsman

Spring Summer 2016 silk scarves as seen in Vogue

Vogue, July 2016, Color Me Beautiful issue

SS16 Small Cat Covered in Stickers Long Silk Scarf as featured in Vogue Japan's Scarf Stories.

SS16 Small Gold Jaguar Long Silk Scarf as seen in Vogue Japan's Animal Cookies feature.

Spring Summer 2016 silk scarf styled as a headscarf as seen in Vogue.

SS16 Small Mondrian Rabbit Long Silk Scarf as shown in Vogue Japan's Painter's Palette selection.


I've been out flower shopping, and it's been super cheery to get back in touch with nature. Todays ensemble is mixing up some designer scarves with yellows, which seems to be my favourite colour at the minute. 

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Sara is in love with - Cléo Ferin Mercury SS 2015

As a little girl, I loved the scarf drawer of my grandmother. I often touched the smooth fabrics of her scarves and was fascinated by their patterns. My grandmother used to wear them around her neck and to protect her hair. For a very long time...

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An interview with accessories designer Cléo Ferin Mercury - Amelia's Magazine

Cléo's latest collection celebrates six female icons including Grace Jones, Brigitte Bardot, Wanda Jackson and Beyoncé!

Written by Matt Bramford

Occasionally something pops into the fashion inbox that really gets me going. This week it was the turn of Cléo Ferin Mercury, Parisian-born London-based scarf designer.

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clip clop along with cleo... - As seen on Kingdom of Style

Earlier this week I got an email from the charming Verena from the glorious coco career to introduce me to the work of Cleo Ferin Mercury.

On the site they say of her work-

Cleo designs clothes, accessories, and patterns based on playful narratives that tell stories of childhood, romance, and pop culture. Wearing her pieces makes you feel glad to be alive!!

Those scarf designs are witty updates on the classic silk scarf (as exemplified by Hermes). 

They incorporate unconventional motifs such as bandits, guns, and nag’s heads along with more conventional, sweet elements....

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