Collaborations with the Tate Galleries and the chance to WIN a Wallace Sewell scarf!
This Month sees us looking back and celebrating the diverse range of bespoke scarves we have designed in collaboration with the Tate Galleries.
Over the years Wallace Sewell and The Tate have joined forces to produce almost 20 unique scarves inspired by several different artist, such as Mark Rothko, William Turner, Georgia O’keeffe and Paul Gauguin. While challenging Wallace Sewell design application, the outcome offers visitors to the Gallery a beautiful product echoing the artwork on display.
As part of our 25th Anniversary celebrations we have delved into our archive to create a display of the full collection in our shop.
To explore the depth and versatility of these collaborations, we would like to invite you to visit our shop to view the display. If you missed them the first time there is also an opportunity to buy a small selection of the limited edition scarves, such as the Alex Calder inspired designs and the Barbara Hepworth wraps.
We are also offering you the chance to win a Bespoke scarf, if you can answer the following question:
Which artist was this scarf inspired by?
A) Henri Matisse
B) John Martin
C) L S Lowry
Competition now closed.
The Correct answer is C) L S Lowry
The winner selected at random is: Aaron Milne