La Forma Sheer Silk Scarf by Quinta Maso
La Forma (The Shape) is a square scarf with an abstract pattern resembling dots, with contrasting, multicolor gradient tones, and a bright green thread in the hem. Made in chiffon silk, which offers a light sheen and see-through finish. Our 65 x 65 cm size works as a neck, hair scarf or accessory.
Approximate measurements: 65 x 65 cm
Color: Multi / White
Composition: 100% Silk
Made in Italy
To extend the life of your Quinta Maso scarf, store in its own original box, in a dry place, untied and folded flat. Avoid contact with water and other chemicals, and dry clean it professionally when needed. To get rid of creases and fold lines, gently steam or iron on very low heat.
Paula Maso, founder and Creative Director, is the driving force behind Quinta Maso. Based out of Stockholm, Sweden, Paula combined their background in the fashion industry with her desire to bring an unexpected revival to a classic accessory, seen through an irreverent and joyful lens.
Quinta Maso scarves are made in the north of Italy, not far from where our own last name originated. Our manufacturing partner was founded in the 1940’s, and has a long tradition of making scarves in exclusive materials and techniques. All of our product manufacturing takes place in the same geographical area, ensuring our pieces don’t travel during the production process.
Our manufacturing partner is certified with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard),Seri.Co (A quality trademark of Italian silk) and ZDHD (Roadmap to Zero Footprint Programe), and we’ve successfully agreed to reduce the use of plastic in our shipping materials by 80%.
We work exclusively with noble, circular fibres grown from the Earth, so that they can be reused, recycled and returned to the same place they came from. Our first collection is made from 100% Silk and 20% Silk / 80% Cotton blend. Our scarves are of the highest quality and every detail has been thought out to extend the life cycle of our pieces, if cared for properly.
We use a digital printing process, which is a much more environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional printing methods, using significantly less water, electricity, and surplus ink. Digital printing allows for small production runs, reducing waste and overproduction.