At an exhibition of his work at the Phoenix Art Museum in 2003, designer Rudi Gernreich was described as "one of the most original, prophetic and controversial American designers of the 1950s, '60s and '70s." This c.1960's silk scarf is a great example of his fabric designs, with its mystical print reminiscent of traditional playing cards or futuristic Masonic symbols. In bold black, red, blue and yellow on a white background, the designs are fantastic! The scarf is a long rectangle, large enough to drape around the body, and can also be tied at the neck or on the head in various ways. Gernreich's name is printed in the bottom corner, and the label reads: "Pure Silk, Hand Rolled, Made in Japan." Size: 57" long by 15" wide.