6 Scarf-Wearing Icons Natasha Chambers Sweats

From Audrey to Bey.

Seems like there isn’t a harder-working accessory than a breezy scarf—that is, if you know how to wear one. Natasha Chambers of Lissy Verkade most definitely gets how outfit-changing one of these suckers can be, and she’s rounded up some other wrap stars who sell the look in a BIG way. —jane gauger

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Audrey Hepburn
“She is so chic, so effortless. Who doesn’t love her?  She was a very natural scarf-wearer. She could wear them casually in the washer-woman style, like in the picture, or as cute neck ties like French woman pull-off so well.”

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Rihanna
“She has an elegance that is fun and quirky. I love how she has multiple ways of wearing scarves as head wraps—she can pull off a graceful turban with a cheeky bow. Is there anything she can’t do?”

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Cary Grant
“Such a classy and handsome gent with great style. A big time scarf-wearer, he could wear the ascot in a very dapper way that’s very do-able today.”

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Beyoncé
“She uses scarves to add color and print to her outfits. She is also a wonder at various fantastic head wraps.”

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Loie Fuller
“She’s a pioneering late 19th century dancer known for her skirt dance. She is amazing. The way she makes fabrics move around her inspires me immensely. I love old crackly footage of her. Movement in the material is so key—it needs to flow and make you want to reach out and touch it.”

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Johnny Depp
“He wears his scarves in a very bohemian way. It always looks very relaxed and unstudied. He’s obviously very comfortable with his style.”

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In Character: Jo Stockton

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Forget the tea-length wedding dress and the XL hats—what makes Audrey Hepburn’s Funny Face character so memorable and damn endearing is what she was wearing while Bonjour, Paris-ing and giving long-winded speeches about empathicalism. Here, three key components. —erica

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A Labour of Love dress suited for days spent sorting books at Embryo Concepts.

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An A.P.C. jacket—to philosophize with all the guys around Montmartre.

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The sort of Dieppa Restrepo shoes ideal for expressing yourself through dance.

It’s “In Character” heaven over here.

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