We are well overdue a scarf post, I reckon. Today, I’m very happy to bring you a wee exposé on Good & Co, which aims to intelligently amalgamate fashion and art with their yummy silk scarves. A lofty idea? Let’s see if you think they deliver… Apparently, each piece turns its wearer into a walking artwork – though only those in the know will be aware of the detail.
Feminine and functional but never fussy, the Good & Co aesthetic claims to appeal to those who like their luxury to come with a playful twist. I think I fall into that category. Sometimes, anyway.
The best part, for me, is that New Zealand designer Lillie Toogood is the brains behind the brand – her love of photography, travel, textiles and design all come together with her Good & Co label. Having worked for labels including Karen Walker, Trelise Cooper and Camilla + Marc, Sydney-based Lillie started Good & Co last year.
Lillie’s background in graphic design is evident in her eye for colour and form – each piece is based on a photograph she’s taken in her travels, from the lush green leaves disguising a German post box to the display of bottles on a bar in Barcelona. Shapes, patterns and colours that are captured to create beautiful textiles.
See what you think…
Do you know what else is great about a scarf from Good & Co? They offer free worldwide shipping from their online shop!
If you’d like to see more of the Good & Co range, you can check it out here. I feel a scarf purchase coming on…