Kameda-Jima Scarf in Black
- Brand Info
- This scarf is the product of collaboration between Factotum and the vintage fabric reproducers Kameda-Jima. The soft touch of the scarf is reminiscent of hand-woven and well-worn garments. The simple pattern is taken from Kameda-Jima's fabric archive, which dates back to the late 1600's.
- Lightweight and extremely soft fabric
- Handwoven appearance
- Slub yarn
- Fringe edge
- 100% Cotton
- Made in Japan
- One Size, approx 23" x 68"
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- Founded in 2004, FACTOTUM has garnered critical acclaim for its creative take on timeless garments. The label takes its name from Charles Bukowski's 1975 novel, Factotum - a story of grimy, alcoholic life in Los Angeles. The founder and designer, Koji Udo, draws much of his inspiration from artists, musicians, and his own world travels, all of which contribute to Udo's unique creations year after year.