SILK SCARVES

It's a wrap: from striking animal prints to delicate florals

Snake charmer: This spring sees the launch of our new take on our classic O'hara print scarf. This electric blue and white python-print scarf brings snappy sophistication to winter wardrobes. Entwine it around this seasnon's floor-grazing coats for outdoor pursuits or wrap it across a midi-length dress for sizzling soirées.

Snake charmer: This spring sees the launch of our new take on our classic O'hara print scarf. This electric blue and white python-print scarf brings snappy sophistication to winter wardrobes. Entwine it around this seasnon's floor-grazing coats for outdoor pursuits or wrap it across a midi-length dress for sizzling soirées.

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The Costume Institute's

The Costume Intitute's latest exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum explores the affinities of style and design elements between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, Italian designers from different eras. Specifically, the ways in which both womenemployed unconventional textiles, colors, and prints to play with conventional ideas of good and bad taste. Above is a direct comparison of the designers within a style known as 'The surreal body'. If only we were in NY!

The Costume Intitute's latest exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum explores the affinities of style and design elements between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, Italian designers from different eras. Specifically, the ways in which both womenemployed unconventional textiles, colors, and prints to play with conventional ideas of good and bad taste. Above is a direct comparison of the designers within a style known as 'The surreal body'. If only we were in NY!

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The Costume Institute's

The Costume Intitute's latest exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum explores the affinities of style and design elements between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, Italian designers from different eras. Specifically, the ways in which both womenemployed unconventional textiles, colors, and prints to play with conventional ideas of good and bad taste. Above is a direct comparison of the designers within a style known as 'The surreal body'. If only we were in NY!

The Costume Intitute's latest exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum explores the affinities of style and design elements between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, Italian designers from different eras. Specifically, the ways in which both womenemployed unconventional textiles, colors, and prints to play with conventional ideas of good and bad taste. Above is a direct comparison of the designers within a style known as 'The surreal body'. If only we were in NY!

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