Morphogenesis - the generation of form and design - explains how nature creates zebra stripes, fish scale patterns and tortoise shell swirls.
Nature plus creativity plus technology is what Weston is all about.
Here’s a perfect example: fossilised wood that’s millions of years old, yet it’s natural beauty and vibrant colours can only be seen through a digital microscope.
Trees, then as now, have these distinctive annual rings, and you would never think this anything but a cross section of a tree, and that's why we believe this fits into the morphogenesis theory developed in the early 1950s by Alan Turing.
He correctly predicted how morphogenesis creates the patterns of zebra stripes and tortoise shell swirls.
But putting all of that aside, the simple fact is that when worn the colours and shapes create an absolutely gorgeous scarf - especially in silk.