If you are shopping for a Fluxus scarf, created in 2007 by Martin Paquette for his clothing line Fluxus, you have many venues to shop, including online and in stores. The Fluxus line of clothing and scarves, according to the Fluxus website, are meant to blur the lines between everyday life and art, blending and connecting different artistic media and intermingling different philosophies and cultures. In the spirit of that philosophy, the Fluxus scarf, a free flowing, natural accessory, that encourages the wearer to embrace his or her individuality.
There are three types of Fluxus scarves, the extremely popular Nomad, which was featured on the Oprah Winfrey show, the spirit scarf and the fringe scarf.
Perhaps the best known Fluxus scarf, The Nomad scarf is 100% cotton and designed to be worn in a variety of ways including as in a European Knot, a traditional loop or almost shawl like and hanging, which is perfect for evenings out.
The Spirit Scarf was inspired by the Nomad Scarf, but is shorter in length. Made in various colors the Spirit Scarf is ideal to wear with jackets or T-shirts.
The Fringe Scarf is an update on the fringe scarf of the 1960s. Light and airy, the Fringe Scarf is perfect for dressing up an outfit and giving it that extra something special that will have people raving.
Once you have decided on the style of Fluxus scarf you are interested in purchasing you have several places to shop, including the Fluxus store online, eBay, Amazon or if you are in or around the Los Angeles area, you can visit one of the three Fluxus stores in Larchmont, Fashion Island or Santa Monica.
If online shopping isn’t your thing and you don’t live in or around LA top of the line fashion retailers such as Nordstrom are stocking the Fluxus scarves.