Our love for Sabina Savage grows with each collection she creates and this one is no different.
Featuring animals from the southern United States such as alligators, cougars, serpents, and wild horses, being studied for the very first time by fictional botanical and zoological Alfred Swift, this collection (like her others) weaves an imaginative story as well as simply being beautiful.
Sabina draws each piece with pencil. That artwork is then hand printed and hand finished in Italy on silks and cashmeres. It takes about six months for Sabina to create one collection! Her attention to detail is unparalleled and must be seen in person to truly appreciate!
We love that depending on which size scarf you choose and how you wear it, it looks like a brand new scarf. Talk about versatility!
This collection references Victorian zoological and botanical illustrators such as John James Audubon, Maria Sibylla Merian and Albertus Seba, along with the courageous explorers who ventured into unknown lands in the hope of discovering new and exotic species.
Her artistry and creativity is, quite frankly, mind-blowing. We are, rightfully, obsessed.