One To Watch: Tamara Tobias Scarves

Let me introduce you to the first collection from luxury scarf brand Tamara Tobias. The creation of Central Saint Martin’s Fashion graduate Tamara Fowler this beautiful range of scarves is inspired by nature and the beauty of everyday life as explored through the eye of a camera lens. 

Consisting of six digitally printed designs - Hats, Bouquet, Florist, Flower Stall, Leaves and Hydrangea - colours range from neutrals and soft palettes to bold, bright statement prints across silks and cashmere.

I think my personal favourite is the ‘Hats’ design which features a print of vintage hats, found displayed along a market stall in Marrakech. I just so happen to be going to Marrakech in September and this lightweight cotton and silk mix style would make a great - and appropriate - addition to my holiday wardrobe. 

Closer to home, the 'Flower Stall' design references by the mix of flowers found in Borough Market whilst the purple and green design 'Leaves' (not shown here) was is inspired by leaves resting on the ground in Hyde Park.

Tamara also creates one-off bespoke scarves for individuals using designs such as wedding bouquets or loosely based around floral prints, making each scarf unique and personalized.

Bio: A Central Saint Martin’s Fashion graduate Tamara Fowler completed a degree in Fashion Design in Womenswear, subsequently taking a year out to work for Betty Jackson and Clements Riberio in London and for Zac Posen in New York. After this, Tamara worked for several years at Coast, both on the shop floor as a Visual Merchandiser and then in head office as part of the International Operations team before setting up her own business. 

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