Welcome to Colettesilk!

Here at Colettesilk we offer 100% woven silk scarves designed and printed with love in the UK. Our beautiful and colourful graphic designs have a myriad of possibilities to wear, display or even adorn your favourite fur baby.

We pride ourselves in offering individual designs to reflect fashion trends and only produce small quantities to maintain exclusivity. Therefore our designs are seasonally changing and even if you don't see anything you like today, please keep calling back to see something new that you will love.

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A selection of our new Colettesilk designs

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We recently had a nice feature in the Bradford Telegraph & Argus. Please check it out here

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All our designs are lovingly created  by Katrina here in the heart of Yorkshire and produced in the UK to ensure continuing quality.  Our scarves are printed on 100% silk twill and individually hand finished.  Inspired by Minimalist artists such as Frank Stella, Op Art and Art Deco our scarves offer something a little different. Created in a colour pallet to co-ordinate with current season trends we hope to have something to style everyone's wardrobe. And as season's fashion colours change, our range will also change so all our scarves are made in very limited quantities.  We hope you love our designs as much as we do, but if there's else anything you'd like to see, or other products such as silk cushion covers, pocket squares or other items please let us know.  We  have plans in the future to possibly expand the range to cruise wear, beach wear and lounge wear.   We look forward to having you as customers and would love to see pics of how you style or display out beautiful artwear.

We have many different influences in our designs ranging from the Minimalist Artist and Sculptor Frank Stella through 60's -80's Op Art, Art Deco prints of the twenties and thirties right back to the Paisley pattern which was made popular in the west in the 18th/19th centuries.  I have links below if you are interested in finding out a little more yourselves.

Frank Stella

Op Art

Art Deco

The Paisley Pattern

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