«The maestro of ultra floral prints… aristocratizes evenwild flowers,he works,thinks,moves in an ideal of a richly blossoming universe… no going halfway, the utterly simple little-nothing-dress, otherwise perfectly precious swirling spiral creations.».
Dino Buzzati. “Corriere della Sera” (Milan based daily) - July 17, 1963.

Ken Scottis the designer of modernity and color, the “fashion gardener” with eclectic personality. His art is made by peonies, roses, poppies, sunflowers, petunias, asters, morning-glories. A dazzling bloom of flowers and nature splashed on shirts, foulards, beach-jamas, swimsuit, shirt waists, and then on bags, luggage, textiles and articles for the home, in a luxury ance of creativity quite fitting for what would become one of the most extraordinary seasons in fashion, a style that marked the 1960’s, won cult status in ’70s culture.
Today this same spirit is back, that unique idea of color and print is experiencing a rebirth thanks to the Ken Scott Foundation, created by the Stylist in 1989. The Ken Scott uses the material from the storic archive and continues the work while mantaining the original style.