From Rock to Cloth
When metamorphic rock is exposed to high temperatures, something magical occurs: The limestone re-crystalizes, forming intricate swirls and patterns. Channeling nature's imperfect, awe-inspiring beauty, poet and painter Hemangini Singh creates her own "marble," but this time on an airy piece of cloth. Each of these super-soft scarves is made in India using a hand-dying technique known as leheriya ("waves"). When you wrap it around your neck, we hope you can also draw inspiration from the watercolor style patterns and its impressive, geological roots. You might also send the piece to a friend or loved one to help spark their creativity and give their ensemble a natural, artful touch. Designed in New York. Made in India.