The second in our series of our newest collection of scarves entitled "Empire of Death"
As we endure a global pandemic that has re-shaped the way we live, designer Katharina Mior meditates on humanity's history and relationship with plagues, paying homage to royal figures from history who themselves succumbed to the Black Death. These scarves are a reminder that death is the great mediator: that we must work together (but from six feet apart) and show kindness, compassion, community care, humility and patience as we navigate our reality.
This gender neutral scarf is named after Erik XII, rival king of Sweden to his father, Magnus IV. Erik died at the age of 20 from the Bubonic Plague in 1359.
Hand designed by Katharina Mior, and produced through vibrant digital sublimation printing on 100% chiffon, these scarves are a true statement piece and are a generous 50" x 50".
As each scarf is made to order individually, please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery