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Black Scarves & Wraps For Women
Few labels have championed the logomania trend quite like Fendi - the instantly recognizable house emblem is emblazoned on everything from bags and dresses to knitwear. This double-faced scarf is cut from silk-twill stamped with multicolored 'F's that look as though they've been hand-drawn on one side and appear in white on the other. Loop yours around the top handle of one of the brand's totes.
Dolce & Gabbana's scarf is printed with a leopard head, playing cards, hearts and bouquets of vibrant flowers - all motifs seen throughout the label's Resort '18 collection. It's cut from fluid silk-twill and has a slim silhouette that can be knotted around your neck or wrapped around the handles of a tote.
Donatella Versace pulls key motifs from the label's '91-'95 archives to mark 20 years since founder Gianni's passing - the baroque print of this scarf was originally worn on the runway by Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell. It's been made in Italy from pure silk and can be knotted loosely around your neck or tied to the handle of a favorite tote.
Along with the tongue-in-cheek slogan Guccify Yourself, Gucci's scarf is printed with the words Sprovveduta Etá, an homage to Roman philosopher Lucretius' poem On the Nature of Things . A painterly image of Alessandro Michele's mythical garden featuring tigers, snakes and hibiscus blooms forms the backdrop. It's made from fluid silk-twill and has hand-rolled edges.
Saint Laurent's silk scarf is patterned with white polka-dots and red roses against a black background. Wear it threaded through a braid or tie it around the handles of one of the label's tote.
What better way to work this season's logomania trend into your closet than with Balenciaga's branded scarf? Made from silk brushed for a fleece-like finish, it's woven with the label's moniker in white intarsia and lightly frayed at the edges. Wrap it around your neck on the black or light-gray side.
Alexander McQueen's scarf is made from wool-blend jacquard that's woven with patchwork panels of contrasting blooms. It's trimmed with fringed ends and has a generous shape that looks especially cool draped over your shoulders as a shawl.
Silk scarves are one of our favorite ways to update tried-and-tested outfits, whether knotted around the neck or worn in the hair as seen on the runways. Balenciaga's square style has been made in Italy from floaty silk-chiffon patterned with a classic leopard print and bordered by stripes and red brand lettering. -- Multicolored silk-chiffon - 100% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy
Refined with fringe edges this double jacquard wool scarf features the House's trademark GG pattern first introduced in the 70s. Grey with black GG Fringe edges W48cm x L180cm 100% wool Made in Italy
Gucci's beige floral-print square scarf showcases a sketchbook iteration on the house's classic geranium print. It's crafted in Italy from lightweight silk-twill and features a large botanical study with a poem in the centre bordered with a contrasting frame with frayed edges. Tie it around the neck to add a hint of romanticism to tailored separates.
Max Mara's classic 'Sancalo' scarf has a place in every capsule wardrobe - the wide, enveloping cut makes it ideal as wrap, too. It's been made in Italy from luxuriously soft black cashmere and finished with fringed trims. Make this your go-to accessory with tailoring and casual looks alike.
For those a little intimidated by the bold proportions of the season's trending ruffles, Magda Butrym's scarf offers a simpler way to work the look. It's cut from fluid monochrome striped silk-jacquard woven with contrasting polka-dots. Try knotting the ends - a trick we learned from our stylists.
Woven in Italy with touches of silk, Etro's crepon scarf is beautifully embroidered with creeping vines and blossoming flowers, alongside the brand's signature paisley. The motifs and palette are different on either side, so try looping it over a blazer to show a little of both.
Valentino's scarf is printed with rhododendron in soft shades of white and pink that really pop against the black base. Made in the label's Italian atelier from featherweight silk-chiffon, the edges are shaped to resemble petals. It's large enough to style loose and draped.
House of Fluff's debut collection draws on founder Kym Canter's extensive background as a creative director, fashion writer and editor. This 'Zig Zag Yeti' scarf is sustainably made from contrasting black and white faux fur. Try it looped around your neck, or draped across one shoulder.
Chan Luu's scarf is cut from airy chiffon and embellished with silver embroidery and beaded trims that give it a rock-inspired feel. Wear it knotted around your neck, letting the dangling chains drape over the décolletage.
Yves Saint Laurent's couture collections were often brimming with polka-dots, so it's something that subsequent Creative Directors have always tapped in to. An effortless way to work the look, this scarf is spun from wool in a twill weave and printed with ivory dots, some faded for a vintage effect.
Etro's vivid patterns are inspired by art and the designer's worldly travels. This scarf is made from lightweight silk-blend voile and patterned with bouquets of rainbow-colored flowers and the occasional seahorse, too. Call out the oversized gold checks with matching earrings.
Chan Luu's cashmere and silk-blend scarf can be wrapped, knotted or draped depending on your style or outfit. The soft, lightweight fabric means it can be worn in warmer months, but also easily layered when the temperature drops.
Dolce & Gabbana's silk-twill scarf is printed with painterly roses and a contrasting scalloped pattern. The slim shape makes it perfect for knotting around your neck - just like your favorite French girls on Instagram.
Valentino's scarf will look cool any way you style it. It's been made in Italy from a soft modal and cashmere-blend and has delicate lace panels that are detailed with eyelash trims along the scalloped edges. Try it knotted over a leopard-print jacket and cropped jeans.
We're big fans of Etro's printed scarves - the standout designs are the result of the house's impressive archives that span generations. This style is made from airy silk-blend jacquard and decorated with vibrant watercolor-style blooms and a metallic grid pattern. Wear it with a blazer and wide-leg pants.
Gucci's scarf showcases Alessandro Michele's more refined side. Made from soft wool-jacquard, it's woven with varsity-inspired stripes, a playful dragon and a stamp-inspired moniker in the same font and design that appeared on the invitation for the label's Spring '18 runway show.
Skinny scarves were styled with multiple looks on the Saint Laurent runway this season and nod to the brand's unmistakable rock 'n' roll spirit. This version is cut from plissé silk-chiffon and tipped with wispy feathers. Wrap it around your neck over an unbuttoned silk shirt.
Madeleine Thompson's generously proportioned black wrap is spun from luxuriously soft and cozy cashmere . Carry this relaxed coverup when traveling to stay snug on long flights.
rag & bone's scarf is proof that pinstripes don't have to mean business - they can be worn casually, too. This fringed piece is spun from insulating wool and has a plush texture. Layer it over your coat on chilly mornings.
Missoni's wrap is large enough to drape over your shoulders when the temperature dips on balmy summer evenings. This striped style is crochet-knitted in a kaleidoscope of colors and woven with metallic threads that shimmer even in the lowest light. Wear it as a scarf on chillier days.
Vibrant flowers have always been a Dolce & Gabbana signature, mostly inspired by the designers' Sicilian roots. This Italian-made scarf is cut from a soft modal and cashmere-blend and printed with yellow, blush and red blooms against a black background. Wear it draped over your shoulders on cool evenings.
Alexander McQueen's scarf is cut from smooth silk-chiffon and hand-stitched along the edges. The perfect length to wrap around your neck or the handle of a tote, this lightweight piece is printed with the label's logo and signature skull motif. We think it's as chic now as when it debuted in 2003.
Made in Italy from lightweight modal and cashmere-blend, Dolce & Gabbana's scarf is printed with vibrant blooms that pop against a sky-blue backdrop. It's longer than it is wide, so try yours knotted twice around the neck or even as a wrap.
One of Alexander McQueen's most instantly recognizable motifs, the skull print stands for everything we love about the label – fragility and strength, tradition and modernity, fluidity and severity. This scarf is woven from a luxurious blend of wool and silk and subtly patterned with roses, too. The muted palette will work with just about everything in your closet.
Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 collection references the beautiful flora found in the English gardens of Great Dixter. Printed with red rose petals and hand-scrawled phrases, this scarf has been made in Italy from fluid silk crepe de chine and is detailed with long, sweeping tassels. Style yours with an all-black outfit.
Alexander McQueen's scarf is printed with pretty petals inspired by the flowers Sarah Burton visited on a trip to the Great Dixter gardens in East Sussex, England. It's made from fluid silk-twill in a length that's perfect for knotting neatly around your neck or the handle of a tote.
When the skies are a little gray during fashion month, there's no cooler way for showgoers and fashion influencers to wrap up than with one of Balenciaga's oversized scarves. This logo-intarsia design is made from cozy shearling and designed to look like a banner. The monochrome colorway works with everything.
Embodying the brand's darkly romantic spirit, Alexander McQueen's scarf is printed with its signature skull emblem fashioned out of birds, flowers and pearls. It is cut from wispy silk-chiffon that feels virtually weightless, making it perfect for draping around your neck over tailoring.
Alexander McQueen's scarf is beautifully detailed with bouquets of colorful flowers - a key signature of the label. This piece is cut from airy silk-blend jacquard and finished with swishy fringed ends. Drape it around your neck or tie it to the handles of a favorite tote.
Alexander McQueen's scarf is printed with the label's logo and signature skulls – a motif that debuted in its Spring '03 collection. This pirate-inspired design is cut from airy cotton-voile, making it an ideal accessory for warm summer days. We like how it's small enough to wrap around your neck or the handle of a tote.
Woven with painterly flowers and snakes, Alexander McQueen's tasseled scarf is part of the garden-inspired Spring '18 collection. In the right light, you'll notice the pattern of skulls in the lustrous black silk-blend jacquard. This piece has a triangular silhouette that makes it hang beautifully.
You'll want to keep this Gucci scarf in your handbag and stash it in your luggage while traveling - it's so versatile you can style it with anything. First spotted on the Spring '18 runway, it's is cut from pressed plissé-silk that's decorated with a vibrant geometric print. Tie it to the handle of your basket bag, wear it as a choker or knot it as a head scarf.
Christopher Bailey's last collection for Burberry paid homage to the past, present and future of the British house. This scarf is made from languid silk-twill and features the label's signature check motif outlined with vibrant, graffiti-inspired flowers. Wear it around your neck or tied to the handles of a tote.