Digital technology has enabled us to discover the natural beauty previously invisible within minerals and semi-precious stones that are millions, sometimes billions, of years old like this rock-solid agate created by molten lava - yet looking like an Impressionist painting of waves.
Professor of Architecture Richard Weston became arguably the world's leading Indiana Jones digitally exploring this old/new world, and discovered that digitally printed satin silk produced the perfect combination of nature, tradition and high technology to "show off" the stunning beauty of these unique images.
The BBC agreed, and in 2011 Richard became the "break out" star of Britain's Next Big Thing TV series, and Vogue called him "the most unexpected new talent in British fashion".
Weston silk scarves have since then been among the very best selling brands in the iconic Liberty Scarf Hall, and in luxury stores around the world.
This is largely because each season we explore new universes, and identify new opportunities to combine natural beauty with digital technology.
We have "mineralised" flowers and trees, presented nebulae in deep space like never before, used Rennaisance techniques with oil paints to create digital Strizzate scarves, produced a unique set of birthstone images, and are currently exploring mineralising landscapes and iconic British locations.
On this website, we are proud to offer exceptional scarves at exceptional prices. Most are extras from the print runs done to order for major retailers like Liberty and Fortnum & Mason, so they are identical to those you could buy in store. We don't sell seconds.
So...welcome to the naturally exclusive world of Weston! Explore. Enjoy.