Scarf Ace

Say good­bye to man flu this win­ter as menswear de­sign­ers em­brace the scarf in all its snug­gly, slinky forms

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

From the dandy silken num­bers favoured by the likes of Jamie Hince and Rod Ste­wart in the 1970s to the chunky woollen and wo­ven ver­sions that could eas­ily dou­ble up as a blan­ket for two, scarves mean se­ri­ous busi­ness this sea­son. Katie Eary paired om­bré knitwear with match­ing chunky, over­sized scarves in her col­lab­o­ra­tion with Wool­mark, while Aquas­cu­tum showed scarves hand-painted in Italy for a re­as­sur­ingly ex­pen­sivelook­ing fin­ish. Equally as im­por­tant as the scarves them­selves were the vary­ing modes d’em­ploi de­creed by dif­fer­ent de­sign­ers. Short, chunky num­bers were knot­ted high around the neck at Her­mès, while gen­er­ously long and slouchy knits were looped lux­u­ri­ously out­side the lapels at Mis­soni. What­ever the la­bel and how­ever you choose to tie it, this win­ter, you need to learn the art of the scarf.

that’s a wrap Clock­wise from top: Back­stage at Her­mès; scarf by Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo; bag by Fendi; look by Mis­soni; scarf by Fendi

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