Inspired by the local folk song “Bahay Kubo”, this silk scarf portrays the idyllic life in the countryside. The Bahay Kubo is a traditional, native Filipino house made of bamboo and nipa leaves, and is usually surrounded by various local herbs and vegetables, as illustrated on the scarf. It is also a symbol of unity and family. Designed by the artists Isabelle Ocier and Mischel Ocier Mendoza, this scarf is made of 100% silk, with a hand-rolled hem. Elevate any outfit with this striking scarf that will leave a good impression.