Men's scarves


    Is an extremely refined man that one seen in the spring summer 2019 fashion shows, who likes to stand-out for his good taste and the attention he gives to every single detail. A contemporary Dandy who finds in scarves, one of the trendiest accessories of the season, the maximum expression of his elegance

    Great return of the vintage-style scarf, now designed for a contemporary and trendy look

    How was for Hollywood stars of 50s and 60s, even for spring summer 2019 there’s the return of a great classic of elegant wardrobe, the silk foulard. The trendiest fashion designers proposed it almost everywhere on catwalks, worn with great refinement in place of tie, but also wrapped around the head and even combined with Panama hats. The foulard could have various shapes, depending on the way we wear it. Hermés, Gucci and Daks, for example, propose lozenge shapes knotted on the neck like a tie, with beautiful prints inspired by the horse racing world or by Scottish and floral patterns. To wrap around the head or use as a bandana, there are square and triangular foulards made in precious fabrics such as silk, cotton and soft viscose. Etro and Saint Laurent create beautiful multicolored paisley patterns, while Versace prefers baroque prints on pop-style leopard backgrounds. For who has modern tastes, there are the tribal and drawing-effect skulls of Alexander McQueen, but also the geometric motifs with brand’s logo, used as a pattern to create optical effects by Valentino, Balmain and Burberry.

    Shaded colors, classic patterns and precious fabrics for the scarves of summer 2019

    Scarves are perfect for the even cool spring evenings, maybe in combination with denim jackets, but also to give a touch of glamour to summer outfits. The models designed by the most prestigious brands are made in many different fabrics and colors, to satisfy all tastes:

    • Among the most refined colors, there are the wide scarves with shaded colors by Giorgio Armani
    • For who loves classic there are the striped prints by Paul Smith and the polka dots used by Undercover and Comme Des Garçons
    • For evening outfits, combined with a beautiful tailored jacket and a shirt, there are the precious organza scarves by Maison Margiela and those in embroidered lace with fringes created by Ann Demeulemeester
    • Silk blended with cashmere instead for the refined iconic tartan scarves by Burberry, the houndstooth micro-patterns by Loro Piana, and the vintage effects used by Rick Owens
    • Double-effect for the two-tone light wool scarves proposed by Valentino
    • For the sporty look, are perfect the color-block scarves by Dsquared2
    • Utility-style for the long camouflage scarves by Valentino Garavani