José Andrés graces Asheville's Chow Chow Culinary Festival
Chow Chow Scarf
The Limited Edition, Chow Chow scarf, created by Asheville photographer/fashion designer, Wendy Newman, starts with her original photographs of 38 vegetables (Look closely and find the cabbage, garlic, onions, okra, peppers, squash blossoms, radicchio, rosemary, artichokes, carrots and more) that can create the piquant slaw. She then deconstructs the photos and re images them into mandalas (an ancient Tibetan art form, using a multi-layering process, taking up to 10 hours per mandala) and then collages them onto silk and other fabrics which are then made into scarves, leggings, kimonos, and reverse/hands free umbrellas, all available at the Chow Chow Makers Market and
The perfect accessory and memory of Chow Chow.
100% Pure Silk and hand rolled hem
Wendy will be donating all profits from the“Chow Chow” scarf to Haywood Street Downtown Welcome Table where our community members in need can find food, dignity and nourishment for the soul.” Link: haywoodstreet.org/downtown-welcome-table