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Necklush: a Scarf, Cowl and Necklace

The Necklush Shown in Natural and Dark Gray


Necklush is quite possibly a gift from God made by the hands of two men, Stephano Diaz and Troy Mattison Hicks. The Necklush (patent pending) was created in Brooklyn, NY and was first sold on the streets of NYC. Now available on Etsy, Supermarket, online retailers, and the duo’s very own site it’s sure to win over any accessory addict, like myself.

Necklush can be worn by males or females all year round making it an essential eco-friendly accessory. Each scarf (print included) is handmade to order, use only non-toxic inks and many colors are available in organic cotton!



The Necklush shown in creamy with black print. Made from organic cotton.

The pair refer to the Necklush as “sculpture” and I whole-heartedly agree; it’s not merely a scarf, it’s a work of art. Crafted with the intent to leave creativity in the hands of each individual, Necklush is able to be stylized, draped and manipulated in many unique ways.


Troy and Stephano support their favorite original artists, creating their own blog to give spotlight to what inspires them. Each artist’s work featured is available on Etsy and are super affordable. So let Troy and Stephano inspire you to support small artists.

Being a bit of a unique-accessory-obsessed-fashionista I’ll take a Necklush in every color, please.

Images and video credit: Necklush

Written by Emily Konkler

Born in a small town in southern Minnesota, which didn’t quite fit her fancy, Emily headed for New York City soon after high school. While living in New York City, Emily's keen fashion sense was harnessed, transforming from a hobby to a quintessential passion. Emily has been involved with the fashion industry in numerous aspects including modeling, styling and managing runway shows.

Emily lives with her boyfriend Matthew and her overweight cat, Sisu, in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She enjoys painting without talent, reading into the wee hours of the morning, rubbing Sisu behind her ears, sewing on her new machine, eating curry and naan whenever possible, wearing boots all year round, spending good ol’ quality time with her friends, drowning in organic cotton and giggling with her boyfriend.

Currently, Emily is a fashion design student and works at The Nature of Beauty-an organic beauty oasis, where her love for everything organic has flourished and taken her heart by storm. Follow her on Twitter @thekonks.


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