Scarves are tricky, particularly when they’re more decorative than necessary and worn by men. Sure, that’s a double standard, but it takes a certain kind of dude who’s well-versed on the elements of personal style to rock a flamboyant scarf without looking like a douchebag. Then again, David Bowie fell into that category, and broke the mold of the category in the process, so it’s only natural he serves as the inspiration for a scarf so striking it could also be categorized as an art piece. Let him be your inspiration when you swaddle yourself in this accessory featuring the “Fade Into the Dark Stars” Bowie tribute painting.
Coming in at a commanding 36" x 36", this self-professed giant square scarf—designed by famed artist and cannabis lover Camille Rose Garcia—might serve you equally well as a home décor element, pinned to the wall as a tapestry or draped over a screen or piece of furniture you’ve gotten tired of staring at. Or as a very fancy picnic blanket. Or rolled and knotted around the handle of a large tote bag. Or you can wear it as a sarong. (Remember those? It might be time for them to make a comeback). Or an elaborate turban. Really, the possibilities are endless. Also, it’s wrinkle-resistant, so you can have at it.
Available at the Camille Rose Garcia Store for $150.