A limited edition silk scarf exclusively designed for Björn Axén by haute couture designer Iris van Herpen. For each sold scarf 200 SEK is donated by Björn Axén to Regnbågsfonden.
Silk scarf in 100% 12 mm silk, exclusively designed for Björn Axén by haute couture designer Iris van Herpen. Available in limited edition.
Material: 100% 12mm sandwashed silk
Size: 180cm x 69cm
Limited edition - only 500 ex.
The scarf is delivered in a beautiful gift box.
For each sold scarf 200 SEK is donated by Björn Axén to Regnbågsfonden – a foundation that works for all humans’ equal rights, no matter sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
Ordering from outside of EU?
Place your order by sending an e-mail to [email protected] together with the number of scarfs you are interested in along with your name and postal address. We will then get back to you with a confirmation as soon as possible. A shipping cost will be added to the total price. Prepayments only.
Iris van Herpen
Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer known for her beautiful patterns and innovative designs.
Her work is inspired by art, philosophy and new technology that are interlaced with fashion and together creates a unique and astounding expression.
Van Herpens designs is seen on celebrities like Björk and Lady Gaga, just to mention a few. She has been featured in fashion magazines like Vogue, Numero and Dazed and Confused and participated in over 40 exhibitions in museums, galleries and stores across the globe.
2020 Björn Axén had the great honor to do the hair and styling on all models in the Iris van Herpen fashion show in Paris.
At Björn Axén we believe it is important to recognize all humans equal value and that all humans are treated equally. No matter who they are, what they believe in or who they love. That is why we have chosen to donate 10% of the profit for each sold Megafix Hairspray Limited Edition and 200 SEK for each sold scarf to Regnbågsfonden.
Regnbågsfonden is a foundation with the purpose of financially helping LGBTQ organizations around the world, as well as individuals, preferably in countries where rainbow people are persecuted and harassed by authorities, police and religious institutions.