Ken Scott’s reputation as a stylist is indissolubly linked with modernism and colour: the “gardener of fashion”, eclectic in personality. His art was composed o roses and peonies, of poppies and sunflowers, petunias and asters. A cornucopia of flowers and nature decorating not only fashion items, but also textiles and household articles.
A veritable turbine of creativity that adapted perfectly to what must have been one of the most extraordinary periods of fashion history, leaving its mark first on the Sixties and then becoming an unmistakable hallmark of Seventies culture.
Today that spirit has been reborn, Ken Scott’s designs decorate the world’s most beautiful homes.