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This Empire, AKA our signature infinity hooded scarf, is made from a soft semi-sheer single-layer open knit. The front opening has a dramatic deconstructed edge and the back opening is finished with a rolled hem.

Named Seer after the Viking's oracle, the ragged raw edge is so dramatic like the Seer's costume in the show.

There are so many ways to wear this. If you need some inspiration watch this video to see how you can wrap it & style it however you like!

Sustainably produced from deadstock fabric. 

Wear with the matching post apocalyptic open back tunic or top with cuffed short sleeves.

Available lengths:

  • Long Circumference 78"
  • X-Long Circumference 88"

***Styling-Sizing Tip: If you are above average height or and curvier and would like to wear this item also as a vest purchase the X-longer length. 

Care Instructions: Hand wash in cold water. Towel dry, then line dry only. Gentle care will extend the life of your garment.

Models: Volixen wearing the X-Long & Maximo wearing the Long.

All About the Empire

The Empire is not your average everyday infinity scarf! It will, however, become an everyday staple in your wardrobe. It has a generously sized hood attached and is fully reversible. You can drape it several different ways, wear it hood up or hood down, wear it as a vest or wrap it around your shoulders. This hooded infinity scarf is a great carry-everywhere-all-the-time accessory and comes in a few different lengths.

I have had so much fun coming up with this design. I know it seems simple but I spent quite a bit of time perfecting it. And it was so worth it! I debuted this style in New York City, in early December 2014 and it was a huge hit. I am so thankful to all my lovely D.Webb clients for all your support and love! With you, the D.Webb Tribe continues to grow!

MADE IN New York City

All D.Webb items are designed, sourced and made in New York City! Larger quantities are produced in the garment district, while custom and specialty items are made in our design studio in Queens. We are a proud member of Made in NYC and supporters of the slow fashion initiative!