Hot pinks, bold
oranges, cobalt blue and flashes of gold patterns intertwine in
this silk Hermès scarf.
There's a flickering scene that plays out in our minds whenever
a headscarf appears as if from an old '50s film; It's a sepia toned
blustery LA day. Somewhere in the Hollywood hills a convertible
tears down a road where a woman, headscarf knotted, with dark
sunglasses tucked beneath the silk and hair flying, races against
It's all the fault of Grace Kelly, Audrey, Bardot, Jean
Shrimpton and of course Queen Elizabeth II who wrapped that little
piece of silk around their heads and gave it the power to evoke
glamour that hasn't wained.
Here the Hermès bright printed scarf in its bold glory is
paired with the dark Dita sunglasses. Loewe's coat fits perfectly
around the classic 60s poloneck from Uniqlo. The sexy woven orange
skirt from Bottega Veneta hugs the hips in true old screen siren
form. Gucci, a house who's no stranger to glamour lends it's gold
and black heels to finish the look.
Our obsession with the '50s and '60s shows no signs of fading.
This is what all our autumn days should look like.