There are many variations of the colour fuschia since the plant was first discovered by Europeans on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola (now split into Haiti and the Dominican Republic) in 1659, including the now ubiquitous magenta, fandango and rojo-purpura in Spanish.
This wonderful image seems to include all those variations in one natural image, digitally obtained at high resolution from agate, an ancient rock formed by volcanic activity - hence its often flowing, lava-like lines.
It makes for a scarf that goes with many other outfits - complementing them, or contrasting with them.
At this size, it is as useful as an outdoor casual scarf as it is as an indoor formal scarf.
And a gift anyone would thank you for.