Crafted from a silk and cotton blend. Body is slightly sheer. Features all over pale yellow and grey green vertical, stripe patterning. This effect was created by using the Japanese textile finishing technique 'Shibori', when translated this word stands for "Wring, press and twist". Full technique used for this scarf - 'Boushi Yoroidan Shibori'. Long narrow silhouette with small, twisted tassels featured at each end. Material: 30% silk, 70% cotton. Hand wash only. Suzusan scarves are a fusion of refined tradition and modern design. The Düsseldorf label has its roots in Arimatsu, Japan, where the Murase family have cultivated their knowledge of hand-made fabrics since more than 100 years. A traditional Japanese technique called 'Shibori' has been used for each scarf in order to create the unique pattern designs seen throughout this collection. In Shibori, certain parts of the textile surface are folded in a special way, tied off or taken in, whereby parts of the surface are reserved. This fabric manipulation creates fluid colour transitions, three-dimensional patterns, structures and colour contrasts when dyeing raw, hand-made fabrics.