WE’RE WATCHING THINGS GET TIED UP FOR FALL-WINTER 2016 AS FORMER EXPOSURE TURNS OVER A WAVE OF DEMURE. A HEADSCARF WRAPS UP NOSTALGIA SIDED BY A PULSING AIR OF DRESS UP AND DESIGNERS ARE PLAYING WITH IT TO MAKE HEADS TURN.
It’s all in the imagination and the headscarf is getting remixed as an accessory to span the spectrum of youth. Kenzo shakes that ground by bringing forth a frilled head cover to jolt alongside Japanese super hero Sailor Moon. Nostalgic lace and crochet make Bora Aksu’s hood-like wraps fit for skipping through an enchanted forest on the darker side, while a see through vinyl cover welcomes a spontaneous rain dancing rush. Christopher Kane follows the clear head wrapped gaze, though his narrative is one slightly more undone. His lady is a keeper, a collector who won’t let the stories or memories go.
Love and Wild West swing back to teenage dreams at Mary Katrantzou, where pretty and prim dazzle her head scarf with rich kaleidoscopic prints. Dolce & Gabbana take the overt route with a girly eyed fairytale walk and her head is all tied up with Prince Charming ideals. Trussardi does a scarf and shades with old school glamour; the way a breezy ride in a vintage classic convertible should feel. Shape shifter Simone Rocha tells a maiden’s tale with her bonnet-like form, while Blumarine and Chanel pull a hooded variation that wraps in sporty chic. Teen rebellion to classic lady, the head scarf is one that will keep the senses and thoughts tuned in. Fall-Winter 2016 is looking forward to a dose of dress up and individuality, all heads up high!