ODE TO NAPOLI
UNLIKE ANYTHING YOU'VE SEEN BEFORE
Bold, daring, and entirely unexpected, Ode to Napoli Pocket Square in Arancione is our colorful solution to the coming winter chill.
Wear tucked neatly into a dark warm flannel or tweed, let its colors brilliantly peek out from the pocket - certain to capture the glance of everyone in the room.
Napoli doesn't hide its flavors, and nor does this pocket square; an homage to the fantastic city in all its history, wildness, and ancient elegance.
Drawn entirely by hand, with insight from native Napoletani.
Ode to Napoli - Pocket Square Details
Romantic poet John Keats, on his final voyage to Rome in search of a cure for his ailing health, spent two of his remaining weeks on earth quarantined on board a ship in the bay of Napoli. During that same year, Percy Bysshe Shelly, another poet wrote the poem, "Ode to Naples", a response to the proclamation of a Constitutional Government in Napoli.
This pocket square imagines Shelley, writing his poem overlooking the Napoli bay, where rests John Keat's ship. It ties together imagery from il Maschio Angioino, Santa Caterina, the painting "The Bay of Naples" by William James Muller, the painting, "The View of Naples", by Caspar Andriaans van Wittel and other imagery inspired by local Napoli scenery and motifs.
The 40x40 cm (15.5x15.5inch) sizing allows for a full pouf, and helps prevent the pocket square from falling into the pocket.
Made in England.
Ships from USA
ADD NAPOLI TO YOUR BUCKET LIST
And not just to your bucket list, but also to your pocket. Ode to Napoli in Arancio is currently available in limited quantities, so we wanted to offer our subscribers a special product pre-order, two weeks before public launch. All orders will ship after the public launch, on November 21st.