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LA-based designer and blogger Jayne Min is in a league of her own. The mastermind behind bookmark-worthy Stop It Right Now has developed somewhat of a cult following for her awesomely androgynous style and jaw-dropping accessories. Vogue even featured Min in their September 2012 issue after seeing her custom-designed Céline skateboard deck.
Her skills eventually caught the eye of Brook&Lyn designer Mimi Jung, who recently relocated to Los Angeles from New York. She tapped Min to design a scarf for her brand's "Now In LA" series, and it's pretty out of this world. The LA-made 41" x 41" scarf is 100% silk and features a unique kaleidoscope-like wood print.