Thakoon Panichgul has designed a special limited-edition Masai-print scarf with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the famine victims in Somalia. The lovely red-and-blue knit piece, made from fabric Panichgul used for his African-inspired fall collection, is available now on his new e-commerce site. Spread the word.
The scarf is beautiful and for a wonderful cause.
Such a great purpose! I’ll let the word out. Thanks! xoxo
the red sweater is almost as pretty as that scarf… but not quite.
Very cool. And on another note, what I actually really want is that sweater under the scarf. I saw it the other day in person, and it’s thick and cozy and asymmetrical and stunning.
What a gorgeous scarf and for such a great cause! xo
Beautiful scarf for a worthwhile cause. I re-tweeted.
LOVE the plaid scarf!!! FAB!
beautiful! l adore african inspired prints
Super pretty and great timing for Fall! I’ll definitally check them out.
great colors on this scarf. except i don’t expect anything less from thakoon. he is a genius!!
Such a wonderful cause!
yay i love fashion for a cause…it makes it so much more valuable because you can really help people
what a wonderful thing to do!
Scarves are the best way to wear a print – especially one that benefits a charity!
It’s lovely, what a charitable product!
I’d love to buy this unortunatly I can’t afford this!
I do love this scarf and even though it’s $250 it’s for a great cause..
It’s beautiful !
I am so pleased to see this… Over 3 million people are expected to die in the the next weeks unless people start chipping in. I want to buy 200 of these scarves only I just donated what I could spare….
Just a Silhouette