Scottish-British pattern with Persian-Indian roots
The Herr von Welt is always looking for something special. And this "special" can be very modern, very colorful, checkered but also extremely subtle - or it can also be a retrospective. A look at men's fashion and men's accessories from a bygone era, at patterns and colors from another time - always with an eye on today's fashion trends. In short: Indian patterns in bright colors, such as Paisley was all the rage in the late 19th century. The name comes from a Scottish island, and yet the origin of the pattern is Persian as well as Indian. No sooner did the 15th Lord of Hay of Newhall incorporate the paisley pattern into his tartan (the "family pattern") than Queen Victoria took a liking to all kinds of paisley shawls.