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How To Wear A Headscarf, According To The Runway

The catwalk continues to make a case for modest dressing

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16 September 2018

Headscarf on the runway: SS19

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Headscarves are dominating runways once more. So far SS19 shows at NYFW and LFW have proved that autumn’s must-have hair accessory is here to stay for another season –as the catwalk continues to make a case for modest dressing.

From Tom Ford’s neatly tied silk scarves, to Michael Kors ’60s and ’70s inspired turbans and bandannas, New York and London have already seen a series of headscarf variations. Chromat, Kate Spade and JW Anderson have also styled head wraps, hijab-like garments and statement scarves we’ve loved.

These runway-approved looks have taught us that the headscarf is versatile; there’s no one way to wear it. Fashion week designers have showcased stylish knotting, looping and tying techniques to explore.

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Whether you want to hide a bad hair day or to embellish an outfit, spring/summer 19 headscarves are set to appeal to the modest market and beyond. As we’ve picked out our favourite headscarf looks from the catwalk...

#1 Tom Ford

New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Tom Ford

#2 JW Anderson

London Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

JW Anderson

#3 Kate Spade

New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Kate Spade

#4 Versus Versace

London Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Versus Versace

#5 Anna Sui

New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Anna Sui

#6 Mary Katrantzou

London Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Mary Katrantzou

#7 Pyer Moss

New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Pyer Moss

#8 Michael Kors

New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Michael Kors

#9 Chromat

New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2019

Chromat