The project saw final-year Textile Design students at Winchester School of Art being given the unique opportunity to create a scarf to represent World Land Trust conservation projects around the world. Out of the hundreds of applicants, five designs were chosen to go on sale in Libertys amongst their own revered selection of scarves and 15% from the sale of each one will be donated to the World Land Trust to aid conservation projects in desperate need of funding.
Now not having seen the WLT’s conservation projects in Borneo or India, I can’t say whether or not the chosen designs are much on an accurate representation. However what I can say without a shadow of doubt is that the scarves are utterly exquisite and will most likely sell out in seconds, raising oodles of much-needed cash for a thoroughly worthwile cause.
|Paraguay – Designed by Evelyn Males-Echeverria|
|Keepers of the Wild – Designed by Freya Perret|
|Borneo – Designed by Lottie Dunbar|
|India – Designed by Lottie Dunbar|
|Argentina – Designed by Phoebe Farrell|
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