92% lambswool, 8% cashmere
Designed by Giles Round and commissioned for the Aspen Art Museum in 2023, he seamlessly combines elements of art, fashion, and design. Drawing inspiration from the Aspen Art Museum's façade, nostalgia, and popular culture, this scarf features a prominent geometric design that straddles the line between familiarity and simplicity—reflecting the essence of popular culture merchandise. Its fine lambswool blend makes it an ideal item of clothing for the winter, a must-have for Aspen visitors, locals, and distant fans alike.
Giles Round, born in London in 1976 and currently based in London and St Leonards on Sea, is an artist with a diverse portfolio spanning art, design, and architecture. He employs various techniques and mediums, including ceramics, furniture, painting, print, and sculpture. His work has been featured in exhibitions such as "Quench" in Margate (2021), displays at Brighton CCA in Brighton (2020), showcases at The Hepworth Wakefield in Yorkshire (2018), and contributions to the Wellcome Collection in London (2018), among others.
Casa Estudio, co-founded by Giles Round and designer Andrés Ros Soto, is a design studio that specializes in creating exhibitions, furniture, and print pieces. Their work is known for its exploration of color, pattern, and geometric elements, resulting in distinctive and visually appealing designs.