Biotoxin I Galaxy Silk Scarf

Travel to the future, to another galaxy with our Biotoxin Galaxy silk scarf. This otherworldly collectable piece with its unique story will add the perfect doses of edginess, elegance and luxury to your day. Take your black vintage leather jacket, your beloved black dress or anything that makes you feel special and unique to another level.

Design inspired by microscopy images of a tiny marine plankton: a dinoflagellate called Azadinium spinosum sampled in Scotland. This fascinating phytoplankton is a biotoxin producer and was first discovered in 2009.


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We believe in custom-made slow fashion. Our products are eco-friendly, made with love and care for people and the environment. As part of our sustainable production goals, we make small batches and keep limited stock.

We aim to send out all orders within one working day after receiving cleared payment, and for orders within the UK to arrive within 3 working days.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS may take up to 7-10 working days or longer to reach their destination. We are not responsible for any delays caused by customs clearance processes. Please check our Terms & Conditions for more detailed information.

Delivery charges:
We offer FREE Standard UK delivery
Next Day UK Delivery: £4.95
Europe Standard Delivery: £8.50
Standard Delivery to the Rest of the World: £12.50

Let’s share Ocean Love. With every item sold, we will contribute towards healthier oceans and a better understanding of our relationship with the sea. We will donate at least 5% of our profits towards important research tackling the environmental issues of our time. It is in our DNA, we are on a mission with your help, to save the oceans, support knowledge-based development and spread ocean literacy with our inter-disciplinary work.

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