Hilma af Klint No. 2, Childhood Square Silk ScarfGOOD&CO
Designed exclusively for City Gallery in honour of the exhibition Hilma af Klint: The Secret Paintings this beautiful scarf features detail of the artwork Group IV, The ten largest, no 2, childhood (1907) by Hilma af Klint.
Truly a wearable work of art, this scarf is crafted from luxurious 100% silk crepe. It is a uniquely timeless piece that will elevate any outfit, from day to night. GOOD&CO's elegant signature packaging ensures it's ready for gifting, destined to become a treasured heirloom.
- Designed by Lillie Toogood of GOOD&CO
- Exclusive to City Gallery Wellington
- Square silk scarf featuring Hilma af Klint's Group IV, The ten largest, no 2, childhood (1907)
- 100% silk crepe
- Measures approximately 65cm x 65cm
Founded by New Zealand designer Lillie Toogood, GOOD&CO aims to intelligently amalgamate fashion and art: "Each piece turns its wearer into a walking artwork – though only those in the know will be aware of the detail". Feminine and functional, GOOD&CO silk scarves offer luxury with a playful twist.