Bianca Elgar

PUBLISHED: 10:24 11 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:48 11 September 2015

Bianca Elgar

Bianca Elgar


Bianca Elgar is a luxury collection of high quality silk scarves, garments and accessories to treasure for a lifetime

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Design Values

Bianca Elgar merges elegance with a twist of modern art to create a luxurious and versatile collection that encourages the wearer to have fun with fashion.

The vibrant designs offer a touch of luxury that can transform an outfit into a masterpiece, allowing every woman to look beautifully stylish and show off their artistic flair.

Manufacturing Values

We are “Proud to be British” and always work with manufacturers in Great Britain where possible. From our silk suppliers in Macclesfield to our modal, knitted and dyed in Leicester, we have sought out the best providers for our collection.

We travel throughout the country to make sure all our designs are produced to the highest quality. Our scarves and tops are digitally printed in Cheshire; before being finished off in London where our scarf pin hems and other outfits are carefully stitched.

Meet Bianca Elgar

Bianca’s background in screen-printing and passion for creativity and expressing individuality are the driving forces behind the brand.

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As well as an appreciation of beautiful materials and high levels of craftsmanship, Bianca believes that women of all ages should be able to dress in a variety of ways to reflect their mood and personality.

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