In December of 1957, A Map of the Heavens first appeared in the National Geographic article “How Man-made Satellites Can Affect Our Lives.” The map depicts the constellations and brightest stars as seen from the northern and southern hemispheres. Since its debut, the poster iteration of the map has become a sought after collector's item and a personal memento of the SK family.
Inspired by A Map of the Heavens, our Constellation scarf celebrates the role the National Geographic print has had in the SK galaxy. Hanging in the home office of Dwyer Kilcollin and Yves Spinelli, A Map of the Heavens, influenced the naming of several signature SK rings. And now, the Constellation scarf celebrates the history of the National Geographic print while adding signature SK design, propelling us forward into new dimensions of space and time.
Limited edition of 150 scarves