scarves by helen dealtry

These beautiful new scarves are from textile designer Helen Dealtry. Based in Brooklyn (in the same amazing space that houses Odette and MCMC Fragrances), Helen has been designing printed textiles since 2004. Having worked in the fashion and home furnishings market before, this is Helen’s first collection under her own name. These scarves were inspired by Egyptian jewelry designs and printed onto 100% crepe de chine. Each scarf is printed in Helen’s hometown of London and then finished by hand in Brooklyn. If you’re interested in checking out the design in more detail, you can find Helen’s blog here, a post on the process here and shop the collection right here. (And that’s Anne from MCMC modeling in the photos below!) xo, grace



  1. jennifer says:

    Thanks for posting about Helen’s work, she’s such a talent!:)

  2. Janine says:

    completely stunning!

  3. Steve says:

    Way to go Helen!! They look great!

  4. helen says:

    What a wonderful thing to wake up to today, thank you Grace and team for writing about my work. Being on design sponge is a very, very big compliment, I am wearing a giant smile!

  5. Paradiser says:

    The color combinations are lovely! I like that, unlike many other scarves, the colors are subtle yet stunning and work well with the patterns. :)

  6. joan says:

    I think these are so unique. Love love lovely!

  7. Amy says:

    Wow, I love the colors and patterns! So chic and timeless. Just beautiful.

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