This brilliant red Fox & Chave silk habotai scarf features a design inspired by a Navajo rug handwoven in the late 19th century.

The Navajo, also known as the Diné, are a Native American tribe with a rich and resilient history. Residing primarily in the southwestern United States, they have a vibrant culture characterised by intricate weaving, traditional art, and a unique language. The Navajo Nation is the largest federally recognised tribe in the United States, with a strong commitment to preserving their heritage while adapting to modern challenges.

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Santa Fe



A Fox & Chave habotai silk scarf can be worn with the classic knot style or a pussycat bow. You can even create a shawl effect by knotting two scarves together behind your neck and allowing them to drape over your shoulders. More scarf styling ideas are available in this wonderful How to Tie a Scarf book.