Our most popular scarf, Fernanda Blue will blend with your outfit and add lightness like pure ocean breeze
The Fernanda Series are our most popular scarves. Sumptuous and soft silk chiffon maxi scarf inspired by beautiful Italian dresses with tiny floral motifs. Jessica’s (Crùbag founder) grandmother Fernanda made and wore such dresses. Her style and sober elegance was inspiring, refreshing and timeless. We gave this inspiration a modern twist. Fernanda scarves show the intricate world of marine algae Ectocarpus and the beautiful pathogen, a red oomycete named Eurychasma - a warfare in a tiny world revealed by microscopy and science. Another fascinating ocean story.
Your product is delivered in an embossed eco-friendly Crùbag gift box with care instructions and our special ocean-literacy package: a signature booklet sharing images, fun facts and the science story behind the collection as well as colourful postcards showing the design, its meaning and our science-based campaigns.
Size, composition and care: 100% Silk Chiffon, Rolled Edges, Made in the UK, 138cmx138cm, Dry Clean Only.
Together, with you, we are on a mission to raise awareness and save the oceans
We'll give 10% of our profits to research institutions like the Scottish Association for Marine Science and others to support science education, marine conservation and important research tackling the environmental issues of our time including climate change, ocean acidification and ocean plastic pollution. Every product is paired with ocean-literacy stories for you. We hope you share these stories with other people and spread the message about our oceans.
Your Crùbag products are ethical, made with love and care for people and the environment. As part of our sustainable production goals, we make small batches and keep limited stock.
"With every item purchased, you have a tangible reminder of our beautiful blue planet, learn about the ocean and feel inspired to take positive actions. Every piece is a conversation starter and contributes towards healthier oceans and a better understanding of our relationship with the sea."
Jessica Giannotti, Crùbag's founder.