Firehorse has teamed up with us to offer you the chance to win a luxury UK-made silk scarf
Recently featured in the Sunday Telegraph, Firehorse is a luxury fashion brand championing the very best of British design and craftsmanship. Their collection of silk scarves is designed and hand-made in England, fusing modern design with the ‘slow luxury’ of artisan manufacture.
Firehorse scarves are created with British artists, each of whom has been chosen for his/her fresh approach to textile design and high level of originality. The result is a collection that is diverse, sophisticated and universal, whilst also managing to be modern yet timeless.
Firehorse scarves are hand-made in Macclesfield, a town with a silk heritage spanning four centuries, from the finest silk satin – a fabric which has been treasured for centuries for its delicate sheen and sensuous draping quality. Local limestone infused waters are used to gently wash the silk, enhancing its beautiful lustre.
Limited edition designs are then printed onto the fabric before careful finishing by a team of artisans. The edges are softly rolled and finally, hundreds of fine stitches are applied by hand. Finishing the scarves this way is true work of art with the luxurious roll providing the scarves with subtle, elegant structure and drape. Regarded both as a modern-day accessory and an heirloom to be passed lovingly from generation to generation, Firehorse scarves are truly exquisite investment pieces.
The design pictured is ‘Dreamscape’ but the winner can select the design they prefer (there are currently 12 designs in the Firehorse collection to choose from).
Firehorse are also delighted to announce their new partnership with Simpsons Wine Estate, one of Britain’s leading wine producers and gold medal winners in the Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships. Sign up to Firehorse’s mailing list here to receive a code to receive a bottle of Canterbury Rose Sparkling Rosé to celebrate your Firehorse scarf purchase!
To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize simply answer the following question and enter your details below.
In which part of England are Firehorse scarves handmade?
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