Today I’m sharing a project I’ve been following for months by Brooklyn-based designer Charlotte Graves of Weft & Warp. I had the great pleasure of working with Charlotte during my time at Starwood Hotels & Resorts (she trained me on my first day!) and we’ve kept a close friendship all these months later. Quickly Charlotte and I realized we shared a love of textiles design and screen printing, and this love of textiles and craft lead her to create Weft & Warp, a line of hand crafted silk scarves. Charlotte recently launched W&W’s online shop featuring her first collection for Weft & Warp and I couldn’t be more proud of her and the amazing work she’s done. While the scarves are beautiful in design and craft, I’m just as in love with the identity system she created for the brand.
Weft & Warp
Handcrafted silk scarves inspired by a love of the land.
We are culturally curious. We find creative kinship in those who use craft to preserve the heritage of their people. In the same way, every scarf we make is the product of a unique memory. Every collection a chapter in our own history. Land. Craft. Heritage. These are the tools of our trade. This is the fabric of Weft & Warp.
Look books (above and below), – how great do these look? I love the playful application of the W&W logo.
Packaging (above). Each scarf comes in one of these custom envelopes. Now onto the scarves!
The current collection, available at www.shop.weftandwarp.com
My favorite, the Isabel (above and below).
I’m absolutely IN LOVE with how the website changes each time you refresh the page with new patterns.
Charlotte, the designer behind Weft & Warp above.
And finally, see their first look book below. ❤