After experience working at the elite fashion houses of Lanvin and Givenchy as an accessories designer, scarf designer Jean-Jacques Rogers has launched his own eponymous line, based out of his atelier in St. Germain
Rogers' English and French roots have given a strong understanding of the scarves that are so popular in Europe. The luxe accessories are made out of the finest materials and are available in all-silk, all-cashmere and combinations like wool and Lycra, for the softest possible scarves.
Striking prints and large sizes make the scarves versatile to be tied in any possible fashion; from the popular loop around the neck to a more shawl-like appearance.
For his 2011 collection, Rogers sites numerous sources, including urban collections, ethnic style and the current feminine/masculine looks coming down runways around the world.
Scarves by Jean-Jacques Roger can be found at Premiere Class trade shows in Paris, as well as the bon Marché.