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Hand Curated for the Stylishly Inclined

We’re proud to stock designers who are artists to the core. They create works of art you can wear, giving you that extra punch to help you make that knock-out outfit. Unapologetically Canadian and driven by a passion for the lesser-hailed fashion accessories, we’re here to bring you fashion inspiration, and a chance to help further distinguish yourself from the crowd.

Meet the Founder.

The wizard behind the velvet, or silken, curtains: Vinda Tanuhadi is the mastermind behind Beyond Scarf.

“ I knew that I made the right choice when I made my first client smile.”

— Vinda, Owner

Quality first, never second.

“I looked at the design, the material, the technique, the final finish and where it was made. The origin of the scarf is an important component because I like to see that the scarf is created using its country’s traditional technique, what they’re known for.”

Materials

Silk

Sericulture, or the production of silk, involves two raw, natural ingredients: silkworms and mulberry leaves. Silkworms eat the leaves for 42 days before spinning themselves into a
cocoon. Once the worms are pupating, the cocoons are soaked in hot water, and the silk is painstakingly extracted from the cocoons. Many of our designers source the silk for their scarves from Como, Italy. Though not the leader in the world’s silk production, Como still boasts finer and consistent quality.

Wool

Wool is a textile fiber that is largely supplied by sheep. It is more insulating, and more absorbent than cotton. Curiously, it also boasts a lower rate of flame spread, which is why it is
the material of choice when laying down carpet for aircraft, or why it is the favoured material for firemen and soldiers. The wool in our products are finer things: softer, and oftentimes handmade. They’re definitely closer to works of arts compared to their more robust counterparts, but they’ll still keep you warm and comfortable during the winter!

Cashmere

Cashmere comes from goats, though largely supplied by a specific breed of goat that is aptly named Cashmere Goats. These goats produce a double fleece that comes from their undercoat. It is mixed in with coarser guard hairs that require removal before the fleece can be further processed. Cashmere is known to be lighter, softer, stronger, and 3 times more insulating than sheeps’
wool.

Modal

Modal fabric is a super soft fiber made from beech trees. In clothing you often see it combined with cotton and spandex. It is considered a semi-synthetic because the raw material, cellulose, is a natural material which is then turned into fiber using an environmentally-friendly chemical process.

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