Universal Language Fringe Scarf by Tembo NYC
From John Coltrane's “Alabama” to Nina Simone's “Feeling Good" to Billie Holiday's "Strange Fruit," the power of jazz to spur change and expose social injustice is enormous. It serves to open up conversations and action relating to the issues of the day.
Music is also a powerful community-building tool as its universal nature allows for cross cultural connections and understanding. In an increasingly diverse world, music can serve to bind rather than separate people.
- 45 in. square scarf
- 90% modal, 10% cashmere
- .5 in. fringe on all sides
- Digitally printed
- Dry clean only