Silks appeals: Image 1 Fox & Chave, founded in 2001, is known for creating beautifully unique hand-finished silk ties, scarves and accessories.

Inspired by the arts, history and nature, Fox & Chave showcase a variety of timeless and cultivated designs. Expressive, glamorous and full of life, their designs are all hand-finished from the highest quality silks, giving them an exclusive and sustainable touch within a modern age of fast fashion.
   With a generous nod towards fine art, literature and music, each design tells a story, fitting for special events and formal soirees. From environmentally friendly packaging and production to recycling and crafting new products through leftover luxurious materials, Fox & Chave pride themselves in keeping up to date with trends and modern movements. William Morris, Gustav Klimt and Vincent Van Gogh boast just a few of the exquisite artists that inspired some of the most popular designs from Fox & Chave, combining timeless influences with contemporary values.
   Exhibiting an attainable, unique and refined collection, Fox & Chave have a variety of classic accessories designed to add a pinch of traditional charm and sophistication to any occasion. Prices start from £20! 
   Check out www.foxandchave.com | 01494 725 056

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