Art of Giving Color Block Scarf

This wearable work of art is based on a child's painting, and benefits charities.

$58.00 $ 44.99

Mini Masterpiece

While the pattern on this colorful scarf might look like it's based on a Rothko original, it was actually designed by a little kid (a very talented little kid). Fashion industry veteran Debbie Martin works with children with disabilities, including her niece, Hazel, to transform their paintings into wearable works of art. And if that wasn't heartwarming enough—a percentage of Debbie's proceeds from the scarves are donated to children"s charities and genetic research. Made in India.

Made from
cotton, modal
Measurements
80" L x 30" W
Ingredients
Care
Hand wash or dry clean only.
Item ID
47402

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