The scarf has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a sweat rag for Roman soldiers. Embraced for both its practical applications and sartorial savvy, scarves have the power to conjure mystery, anonymity, nationalism or a compulsion to surrender all the money in your cash register. The primary feelings elicited by Joanne and Julia Ritsonâ€™s scarves are those of admiration and jealousy.Â Sisters and artists, they have recently begun printing Juliaâ€™s grid artworks and Joanneâ€™s imaginary landscapes onto fine Chinese silk. Measuring 97 x 97cm with hand rolled edges, the scarves come wrapped in tissue along with a card featuring the original painting. A perfect marriage of style and function.