Made to order. Allow 6 weeks for delivery.
Named after St James's Street in Kemptown, Brighton with a vibrant queer scene. Gold and charcoal with highly detailed intricate patterns.
This scarf is versatile and warm and will be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come.
These scarves are designed, like the old "hanky code" to show your membership of the queer community. The hanky code was a covert sartorial code used predominately by queer men in the 1970s and into the 1980s. A bandana was worn in one's back pocket for the purposes of sexual signaling. These scarves do the same thing but without going into detail! They give a subtle little wink to other friends of Dorothy that you are a friend too.
Packaged in a luxurious dark grey recycled presentation box with silver signature.
Made in limited editions of 500. Supplied with a certificate showing the edition number.
136cm x 136cm
Eyelash fringe hem
Made in the UK
Wool 65% and Silk 35%