Silk Scarves Recalled for Not Meeting Federal Flammability Standards

Silk Scarves Recalled for Not Meeting Federal Flammability Standards
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October 2, 2014

Zazou is recalling about 3,800 women's silk scarves because they fail to meet federal flammability standards.

Apparel that don't meet these standards pose a burn risk to wearers. No injuries have been reported.

Owners of the scarves can return it for a full refund. The company is providing a pre-paid postage label for return shipping.

The scarves are made of 100 percent silk and are sold in 20 different solid colors, including black, burgundy, celery, chili red, coral, espresso, fuchsia, grey, indigo, iris blue, mist blue, olive, peacock, periwinkle, pink, purple, ruby, sea foam and white. Zazou Luxe is printed on a tag sewn into the side seam of the scarf.

They were sold at specialty boutiques nationwide and online at zazou.com and other websites from August 2012 through August 2014 for about $30 each. They were manufactured in China.

Zazou Scarves can be contacted by phone at (800) 472-2783.