Alice Riot scarves are a versatile silk accessory that can be styled for any season, in limited-edition prints of contemporary art that stand out. This summer, we've put together looks that transcend fashion, featuring eye-catching prints that tell a story about the woman artist behind it.
Feel luxurious, support women, and add a piece of art to your collection.
Featured summer styles:
Take a drive through the hills
Feel the fantasy in Marlena Myles’ Garden of Harmony (2020).
The morning star in the background of Garden of Harmony represents the wisdom that comes from connecting with Unci Maka (Grandmother Earth): the Dakota floral garden with butterflies, bees and hummingbirds encircling, blooms in harmony — plants and pollinators working together to ensure the seeds of tomorrow. Lessons we can relearn from them as humans, as stewards of the earth.
The envy of the office
Be bold in the office wearing Love Is Inclusive (2020) by Precious Wallace.
Originally made to be set as a mural, this piece is made under the idea of asemic lettering. This piece says Love is inclusive but it is always the viewer's choice to find the language. As a young black woman, Precious decided to make a piece that would be timeless and teach many as they come together to find the letters. It's one thing to get people to look - it's another to get someone to stop and stare at your artwork.
Feel free at the festival
Represent East Coast royalty at a West Coast festival this summer in Lady Pink’s Untitled (2019) scarf as a lightweight top.
Untitled is an homage to the legacy of 1980s NYC subway graffiti tags. Lady Pink combines her original graffiti tags with nods to other legendary writers of that time – including Sane Smith, the notorious writer duo that famously hit the top of the Brooklyn Bridge (one half of whom Pink is married to and collaborates with under the moniker PinkSmith). The painting speaks to the tremendous shifts in culture at that time; it’s a rare, introspective glimpse into the 1980s through the eyes of one who undoubtedly helped shape its history and its impact on culture today.