Vintage Ken Scott Linen tea towel. Mid century brown, orange, olive.


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Vintage cotton tea towel by cult 60s American designer Ken Scott, dubbed the “fashion gardener” for his love of floral patterns and vivid colours. Scott’s journey began in painting. After landing in Milan in the early 60s however, he translated those talents into designing fabrics. During that decade, Scott became one of the most influential names in Milan. With the brand that he founded, Falconetto, Scott presided over a democratisation of fashion that was revolutionary for the time. Just as the peonies and sunflowers became his visual signature, so did the use of affordable artificial fabrics that could be washed by hand, dried quickly and didn’t require ironing.
This year, for the latest chapter in their Epilogue collection, Gucci have unveiled a selection of special pieces that pay homage to his work.

- 19.5" by 27.5"
- Tag
- Roses, Chrysanthemums, nasturtiums etc. on grid in brown, orange, olives
- 4 sides hemmed
Condition: stains or holes.
The crispness of fabric suggests it has never been used

Ken Scott
per Zucchi
Made in Italy

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