Otto & Spike Tricks Scarf
Here's what Otto & Spike have to say about the Fleming scarf;
Madame brussels AKA Caroline Hodgson was turning tricks in 'Little Lon' - the red light district of Melbourne during the late 19th century, Little Lon bordered by Lonsdale street, spring street, Exhibition Street & Latrobe Street. This under privileged area was notorious for prostitution and petty crime. Described by evangelist Henry Varley "a loathsome centre in which crime, gambling halls, opium dens and degraded Chinese abound, and where hundred of licentious and horribly debased men and women are herded like swine" These days there is minimal evidence of the place that once was, with many existing building demolished in the 1950's to make way for modern office blocks."
~ Made in Melbourne from premium Australian Lambswool.
~ Scarf dimensions are 180cm x 26cm wide.