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Painted Petal Scarf by Dealtry for Of a Kind

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Eye of the Butterfly Scarf by Lissy Verkade

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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.”

Rock Natasha’s rad scarf like one of these six now!

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Natasha Chambers Turns Her Vacations Into Textiles

Come on—ya ready to hit the road?!

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Natasha Chambers has been all over the map—for real. And these days, her travels do double-duty: The things she spots outta town feed straight into her dreamy scarf line Lissy Verkade. Just get a load of some of the awesome trips she’s taken—and the textile designs they’ve inspired. —jane gauger

California Coast & Desert

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“For our honeymoon two years ago, Olly and I procured a Winnebago in San Francisco. We traveled through the fog to Santa Cruz, Big Sur, Santa Barbara—all the famous surf spots—down to Encinitas and San Diego. I was obsessed with the skies on this trip.”

image“Afterwards, I compiled all the pictures and montaged them to make the print on my Sky Scarf.”

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“One highlight from our honeymoon trip was getting off the coast and traveling to the desert to Joshua Tree National Park. We had the most amazing time clamoring on the rocks in incredible light. The place has such energy.”

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“When the long shadows come out as the sun goes down, it’s so special. It inspired one of my favorite illustrations, which I also made into a silk scarf.”

India

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“I went to India when I was 18. I traveled all over with my sister, Yolanda.

We first stayed at my friend’s father’s house in a tiny village with a beautiful valley. He hadn’t been there for a few years, and when we opened his house as the sun was going down, we realized in horror that it was swarming with spiders! We got used to them.”

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“My scarves are printed in India now, and the last time I went back was for a month six years ago. I’ve wanted to make a documentary on the craftspeople. I will go back again soon, I hope.”

Costa Rica

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“Olly and I have been going to Costa Rica for the last five years. The southern part of the country, where we have been going recently, has the highest bio diversity in the world, and you are literally surrounded by flora and fauna. The insects are really bold and have awesome patterns.”

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“I love when animals have big markings to warn off predators and make them look fierce. This is where I got the inspiration for my Eye of the Butterfly print.”

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Couple Up: Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet

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These two never met a pattern they didn’t like. I mean, to get inside their closets…oh, wait: That’s exactly what it’s like to be Zoe Kravitz, that beautiful creature. Damn her. —erica

Lenny Kravitz: A loud Yarnz scarf, a leather jacket from Billy Reid, and striped pants by Neil Barrett.

Lisa Bonet: A colorful Growing Jewelry necklace, a floral patchwork shirt from Markus Lupfer, and Saturdays sunglasses.

For more old favorites, head this way.

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Next Level: Bananas

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If you—like monkeys and Rachel Zoe—love bananas, here’s your chance to wear them. (Yes, yes, you can keep putting them in your smoothies, too.) —erica

LEVEL I: Depending on how you tie this Alexa Sophia scarf, the print can be obvious or abstracted.

LEVEL II: If these Mother of Pearl slip-ons don’t say tropical getaway, I dunno what does.

LEVEL III: These Faris earrings have a certain geometric flair that feels straight-up fresh.

LEVEL IV: Aaaand, thanks to Carven, the fruit goes Palm Beach prep.

Get your “Next Level” on!

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Hey, anybody who struggles with how to wear a silk scarf: Check out this knotting trick from A Peace Treaty. —erica

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Weather Vain: Las Vegas, Nevada - 83 and Partly Cloudy

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We just spent the weekend in Vegas for a wedding—a scheduled wedding, so don’t be getting any ideas—and here’s what we’d want to be working if we’d stayed an extra day. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A nice antidote to all of the bandage dresses floating around, c/o Tibi.

+ For those chilly desert nights: an Esther Bonte scarf.

+ A Lila Rice ring ready for a hang sesh at The Cosmopolitan.

+ Night out OR poolside lunch—this Eayrslee clutch can handle both.

+ A Fallon necklace that’s very Julia Roberts in Ocean’s 11.

+ Sandals from K.Jacques that you can wear far away from the poker tables—like when sipping an attempting-to-detox juice at Rachel’s Kitchen.

Where else you want to go? Hit the archives.

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This Dealtry scarf = a not-too-scary way to add a little color to a wardrobe of blacks, camels, grays, and creams. —erica

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Track Star: Betty Who

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The Vibe: The Australian pop star Betty Who’s vibe is like Marilyn Monroe with a pixie cut. She delivers fun, sassy pop that you can dance to (and dance to and dance to)—which plays well with her style, all retro-fun and cheeky.

The One-Song Intro: “High Society”

The Look, Recreated: A pink-sleeve varsity jacket from Opening Ceremony, these high-waist jeans from Courtshop, and an Erdem floral scarf. —maitri mehta

It’s music madness right over here! Go on now.

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