The beautifully integrated concentric circles - featuring varied shades of pinks, oranges, greens, blues, purples, spot more yourself - make this a wonderfully original scarf, and very Weston.
Yet this is a Fordite image created, literally, by the splashing of car paint spray over time in the Dagenham factory to produce a chunk of solidified paint, and that, magnified greatly, is what you are seeing here.
Now, you may never have wanted to drive a Ford, but you may well now want to wear one.
Anyway, we've named it after a Tridon, Ford's amazing early 1970s concept car based on the Thunderbird - see the image on the left.
These are fashionably retro scarves that can be worn any time, anywhere, and were previously sold by Liberty.