The charming silk twill scarf and pocket square feature a reproduction of a drawing by the acclaimed New York-based artist Tug Rice specially commissioned for the ESU Centennial Gala on October 21, 2020.
The illustration playfully references the ESU Gala honorees – The Princess Royal, surrounded by Dr. Quinn Peeper, Dr. Laurance Morse, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, Mr. Donald Best, the late Mr. William Miller, Ms. Karen Karpowich and Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill - against the background the ESU library.
Only one hundred scarfs and pockets squares have been produced to commemorate the ESU Centennial Gala and are not available for purchase.
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Tug Rice is an actor, writer, and illustrator working in watercolor and ink as well as digitally. His illustrations recall the wit and sophistication of a more glamorous New York while remaining decidedly in the now. His work has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, Elle Decor, and Travel & Leisure, among others, and he has collaborated with an array of clients including Dior, Harry Winston, The Carlyle Hotel, and Broadway.com. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama.
A chance to win a set of the coveted limited-edition ESU Centennial Gala silk scarf and pocket square!
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