December 5, 2020

After recently launching a sustainable clothing collection, Prince Charles has now helped design a wool scarf. The second in line to the British throne is reportedly “heavily involved” in choosing the colours and design for the luxury limited-edition scarf. The scarf will be released for the 10th anniversary of his Campaign for Wool.


The unisex scarf will be created in collaboration with the sustainable brand, Mother of Pearl and manufactured by Johnstons of Elgin, and is available in three colour combinations. The Prince’s new scarf will highlight the sustainability and durability of wool, and the wool blend will come from the U.K, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.


The wool’s sustainable and biodegradable properties will provide a unique and natural option for customers to reassess their purchases and buying habits. This will help evolve the economic model, and to put people the planet at the heart of global value creation.


The Campaign for Wool’s 10th Anniversary scarf is available in NET-A-PORTER, Mother of Pearl and Johnstons of Elgin. Profits will go to the Prince’s Foundation’s Future Textiles initiatives.


Source & Photo: Town & Country