CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: The 2020 HC Best Dressed scarf is a celebration of 10 of Houston's most fashionable and philanthropic ladies! It is a 90cm silk twill scarf with a hand rolled hem and is the perfect addition to any fashionable divas scarf collection. The Best Dressed event is annual honor celebrated at a luncheon and fashion show hosted by Neiman Marcus, The Houston Chronicle, The Women's Hospital of Texas and benefiting the March of Dimes. The design was created through the vision of Co-Founder Roslyn Bazzelle Mitchell and brought to life by the amazing fashion illustrator, Marina Saba and a local graphic artist Bobby. We are pleased to release this beautiful design which was exclusively made for the honorees. There were only 30 of this design made and there are only a few available for purchase publicly. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the scarf will go to the March of Dimes Houston. For additional information about March of Dimes please visit: www.marchofdimes.org.
THIS SCARF IS CURRENTLY IN STOCK AND AVAILABLE TO SHIP WITHIN 2 BUSINESS DAYS AFTER THE ORDER IS RECEIVED.
Marina Saba is an Internationally renowned Fashion Designer and Fashion Illustrator, whose experience ranges from Couture Bridal design, to Eco-friendly Sportswear and the Visual Art. Her Bridal Design collections are featured in: In Style, Martha Stewart, The Knot and Modern Bride on a regular basis. An award winning Illustrator and Fashion Designer, Saba has been recognized for her outstanding achievement in the field. Her illustrations are represented by SIS Stock CO of New York, Frankfurt, Paris, Sydney and Tokyo, where they are sold worldwide to publishers and other select clients. Her work was selected and published in the Worldwide Edition "100 reason to love the Earth", "Who's Who". She had participated and exhibited in numerous Embassy's as goodwill ambassador, and Art galleries worldwide and in the USA. In the greater Houston aria, she has taught at Houston Community College at the Fashion and Interior Design department, and presently is an associate professor at The Art Institute of Houston at the Fashion Design & Retail management department.