With two designs in one, this scarf and cowl has been designed by Lisa Richardson in Soffili Yak, a brushed effect, soft to the touch yarn. The cosy nature of these accessories makes them a must knit for the winter season.
We wanted to get in touch regarding some changes that we will be making to the Rowan range for Autumn Winter 2016. You may have heard some scraps of information alongside some rumours, so we wanted to bring you the official, latest news straight from the Rowan team.
Softyak is a collection of 12 designs by Marie Wallin using one of Rowan’s new yarns for the season, Soft yak. The collection is influenced by 1970’s fashion, inspiring designs which are elegant, feminine and easy to wear.
The Spring/Summer 2014 season looks to two opposing directions, one heavenly and future facing, the other grounded and ancient in its appeal. We see a mix of delicate pastel lace designs, bold and beautiful stripes and inspiring colour blended stripes, rustic textures and handcrafted artisan crochet. We see inspiration taken from Moorish tile art, Antique floral lace patterns and geographical patterning that can be found in rock formations.
Rowan is showcasing three stories to reflect these major trends for the Spring/Summer 2014 season: Clarity - inspired by the delicate beauty of historic lace and Irish crochet making. Legacy - influences from ancient, worn landscapes and patterning found in rock formations. Essentials - takes a new direction this season by concentrating on another major trend - stripes, whilst still promoting the key shapes of the season.
Launched 15th January 2014, from the Rowan Spring/Summer 2014 collection.