• Wed, Aug 3 2011

Hayden-Harnett Launches Bespoke, A Custom Silk Scarf Service

Beloved Brooklyn-based label Hayden-Harnett is perhaps best known for their gorgeously-detailed, high quality leather handbags (seriously, they get better with age). Though they launched womenswear in 2007 (their swimsuits are especially admired), the brand has built a cult following on its accessories: fashionistas covet their cuffs and scarves.

And now, it turns out, you can make your own Hayden-Harnett scarf.

This summer, the brand launched Bespoke Scarf, a service whereby you simply take an image you love–a vacation photo, a snapshot of your dog, a picture of a scarf–and H&H will print it on a scarf in silk chiffon (for sheerness) or sandwashed silk (for opaqueness). Even better, the service is ridiculous easy (if you’ve ever used a computer before) and you’re granted a lot of leeway: the photos that H&H used for samples on the Bespoke page were taken with a smart phone. And they look great.

We’re huge suckers for customization (or maybe just control freaks?) so this is right up our alley.

Scarves are available in various sizes (20″x20″, 30″x30″, 30″x40″, or 40″x40″) and therefore prices range ($110-$198).

Here’s a few more examples. See the rest over at their Bespoke page.

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  • Stephanie

    Those are some serious cat-eyes

  • Art student

    All this means is they bought a fancy printer… Big deal.