Where Black Art Lives Scarf

Studio Store announces its fourth release in the “Where Black Art Lives” capsule collection with our silk charmeuse scarf. Designed by Rush Jackson, a Brooklyn-based independent graphic designer and artist, the asterisk motif in these new items signifies flowers in bloom—a nod to The Studio Museum in Harlem as a place of continued growth of Black artists. 

In 1968, The Studio Museum in Harlem was founded to serve as a vital link between artists and community in Harlem, the cultural capital of Black America. In this spirit of the Museum’s ethos around people, place, and art, Studio Store collaborated with Rush Jackson to produce these additions, the first of two collaborations with Jackson. “Where Black Art Lives” speaks to the Museum’s ongoing commitment to serve as a nexus for Black art and artists internationally.  Hand-printed on satin charmeuse, this multiuse scarf is very soft to the touch and drapes similarly to silk.


100% polyester satin weave fabric
Shiny on one side and matte on the back. 

Can be machine washed but may shrink slightly after the first wash