cashmere blend scarf
Size and Fabric
- 1.8m x 1.4m in size
- 10% cashmere 90% modal
- dry clean only
okavango delta, botswana
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high waist shorts and a tee
focal length 200mm, f-stop 5.0, exposure 1/800sec, iso 640
we are proud to continue our commitment to helping communities and protecting wildlife through our latest visual campaign Wild by bird & knoll x deon de villiers. along with your support we want to make a difference for five of the world's most vulnerable species.
$30 from every Wild scarf purchased is donated to the endangered wildlife trust through the rainforest trust and their conservation circle. in turn our donation is then matched by the trust and their SAVES Challenge.
"On a cold and misty night in Qorokwe camp, Okavango from the comfort of my bedroll, I could hear the mellifluous song of African elephants sharing their infinite wisdom - a well versed conversation of experience passed on from generation to generation, knowledge hardcoded and essential for their survival. As morning dawned I headed quietly towards the savannah to share in the glorious sunrise with my noble companions. It was then that Africa stepped into my view - bathed in pink-petalled glory - and took my breath away." Deon De Villiers - conservationist and wildlife photographer
alarmingly in africa around 100 elephants are slaughtered a day by poachers taking part in illegal ivory trade. ivory is desired purely for it's ornamental properties and nothing else ... a careless need that is fuelled by underworld syndicates and high stake demands.
today the elephant is listed as "vulnerable" on the international union for conservation of nature (IUCN) red list of threatened species.
if you would like to personally donate to this mission to protect endangered wildlife through the purchase of protected land in south africa, click here