Images courtesy of Vogue. Images include Zara, Gucci, Vetements, Marc Jacobs, Valentino, Marni, Dior, Versace, Richard Quinn, Chanel, Balenciaga, Marine Serre
Headscarves ruled the runway for Autumn/Winter collections, not just because they are a great accessory for the cooler months, but because modest fashions are making a comeback. Vogue wrote a piece in their September 2018 issue regarding the trend of designers showing models covered up. They highlighted how it could be something inspired from hijabi models and influencrs on the internet or the events of the #MeToo movement and women wanting to conceal more and reclaim their bodies. Whatever the case may be, we are here for it! Whether you are channeling the iconic Audrey Hepburn or emulating the Russian babushka, headscarves offer boundless styling options, as seen above in some of our favorite runway and lookbook catalogs of the season.
Check out our post on how to style scarves and where to shop our favorites here.
Runway Headscarf Highlights
- Marc Jacob’s headscarf tied under a large hat with an oversized coat.
- Zara’s headscarf wrapped around a hat.
- Valentino’s headscarf wrapped like a bandana behind the neck.
- Vetement’s headscarf tightly wrapped over a baseball cap.
- Versace’s headscarf tightly wrapped around the neck and topped with a beret.
- Marni’s headscarf attached to a top like a hoodie.