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Scarves

  1. cheap and cheerful
    Now’s the Time to Stock Up on Hats, Gloves, and ScarvesCashmere on sale!
  2. scarves
    Darren Aronofsky Seen With Suki Waterhouse and a ScarfThe Mother! director wandered around Park City with the actress.
  3. painless shopping
    22 Scarves Under $150 That Will Arrive in Time for ChristmasIncluding Acne, A.P.C., and Canada Goose items.
  4. great moments in knitwear
    The Perfect Winter 2017 Accessory Is This Giant ScarfHide away forever.
  5. scarves
    Darren Aronofsky Finally Explains Why He Loves Scarves“The weakness of my body is my throat.”
  6. lost and found
    Maggie Gyllenhaal Doesn’t Know Anything About Taylor Swift’s ScarfThe scarf from “All Too Well” remains unaccounted for.
  7. pop up shops
    Hermès Created a Laundromat Where They’ll Dye Silk ScarvesThese are the chicest washing machines ever.
  8. so icy
    How to Stay Warm and Dry During a BlizzardHint: You can get most of what you’ll need on Amazon.
  9. scarves
    Darren Aronofsky Loves Scarves, Maybe J. Law TooThey (the people, not the scarves) kissed!
  10. burn
    Ivanka Trump–Branded Scarves Are a Fire RiskTwenty thousand of the scarves have been recalled.
  11. treat yourself
    Treat Yourself Friday: A Botanical Faux-Fur ScarfFlower power.
  12. just browsing
    A Chic Hermès Scarf for a Good CauseIt benefits Panthera, a conservation initiative devoted to big cats. 
  13. best bets
    A Big Scarf to Protect Against Aggressive Air-ConditioningOr take it to the beach.  
  14. Swap Your Necklace for This Colorful ScarfTake a cue from the street-style set.
  15. A Soft, Colorful Scarf to Get You Through WinterWind chill has nothing on this.
  16. the things we googled
    Why Don’t You Guys Know How to Wear Scarves?The most-Googled fashion questions of 2014 are … foolish. 
  17. best bets
    A Cashmere Hat to Help You Brave the ElementsSave face this winter.
  18. chic street
    Street Style: New York Dresses for Mixed TemperaturesBlanket coats, orange leather gloves, biker jackets, and more chic winter layers.
  19. winter is here
    Winter Checklist: 15 Things You Need to Protect Against the ColdIt’s going to be a long and frigid few months.
  20. street comber
    16 Ways to Wear a Cozy Blanket Scarf This FallChicer than a Snuggie.
  21. wish list
    Hermès Bandit Bandanas: For the Stylish CowgirlAnd for less than $200!
  22. Secrets of the Scarf: Parisians Show Off Their Tying ProwessHow to sport them (almost everywhere).
  23. goods
    Spring’s 22 Best Printed Scarves Under $100Tie one on.
  24. Best of the Week’s Style Blogs: Chunky ScarvesIt’s all in how you wrap it.
  25. scarves
    The 17 Chunkiest Knit ScarvesYou’ll never feel the draft again.
  26. the wrap
    25 Lightweight Scarves for Cool Fall MorningsThe perfect accompaniment to your sweater.
  27. this plus that
    Fall Dressing: Try a Surreal Printed Scarf With a Whimsical BlazerWrap it around your hips instead of your neck.
  28. best bets
    Best Bet: Cullen Meyer’s Procession ScarfA whimsical scarf starring animal-human hybrids.
  29. Best Bet: Marc by Marc Jacobs Checked ScarfTie one on.
  30. best bets
    Best Bet: ModCloth’s Geometric ScarfBe ready for transitional weather with this geometric scarf.
  31. trendlets
    Keep Warm: Fifteen Accessories for a Chic WinterHats, gloves, scarves, and more to keep the frost at bay.
  32. Twenty-five Offbeat Scarves for an Upbeat FallLoop, tie, and wrap them to transform your look.
  33. best bets
    Best Bet: Luxirare Leather ScarfSkip the classic wool for a change.
  34. 24-hour wardrobe
    24-Hour Wardrobe: How to Layer Like Taylor Tomasi HillTake her mix-and-match aesthetic for a spin.
  35. scarves
    Exclusive: Smash Says Good-bye to Debra Messing’s Terrible ScarvesNew showrunner Joshua Safran knows where his priorities are.
  36. socialites
    Beata Boman Really Likes Scarves, Okay?She likes to wear them around her neck, she likes to wear them as dresses, she likes to shoplift them …
  37. design hunting
    Design Hunting: Bernd Goeckler’s Treasures, Deborah Needleman on the GoShopping on the go with Deborah Needleman, Helena Rubenstein’s glorious acrylic bed, the intriguing pieces at Bernd Goeckler, and more.
  38. mantasies
    Liam Gallagher Has a History of Feminine ScarvesSee a look back at this burgeoning fashion designer’s most memorable sartorial moments.
  39. three's a trend
    Paris Men Are Fit to Be TiedThe season’s hottest accessory? Scarves. And lots of them!
  40. tastemakers
    White Zombie’s Sean Yseult Has Moved Onto Fifth AvenueWe sat down with the bassist to find out how exactly she made the move from Zombie to scarf designer.
  41. obviously
    Ron Artest Puts Out Oddly Legit Mix TapeThe Houston Rockets forward has teamed with some reputable D.J.’s, and we fear his work may be relevant.
  42. paris is here!
    New Paris Shows: Comme des Garçons, Jean Paul Gaultier, Karl Lagerfeld, and More!See the new spring 2009 collections from Paris Fashion Week.
  43. going saling
    Stock at the Hermès Sale Still ExpensiveBoots are $700, a skirt is $500, and a white button-down shirt is $1,050. But that’s a lot less than they used to be.
  44. run through
    Heavens! Has Marc Ripped Off the Swedes?!In the fifties, in the sleepy town in northern Sweden of Härjedalen, Gosta Olofsson produced about 1,000 scarves to celebrate this fair city. The scarves portrayed a small church, wooden huts, bears, flowers, and the coat of arms of Härjedalen. Cute! Now flash-forward to spring/summer ‘08: Marc Jacobs produces remarkably similar “mountain” bandannas to, um, celebrate the sleepy northern Swedish village of Härjedalen?
  45. NewsFeed
    Serge Becker: Drug-Dealing ‘Consultant’ Is Not a Co-Owner of theGuest of a Guest broke the story yesterday that Cordell Lochin — thought be a partner in Serge Becker’s joints La Esquina, 205, and the Box — will be sentenced on October 10 for importing more than 100 kilos of weed and dealing it in New York in 2004 and 2005. There’s been speculation that the August 24 raid of the Box and La Esquina was related to this, and we’ve heard rumors that Cordell was recently arrested again — but the Box’s publicist, Nadine Johnson, tells us neither of these things are correct (a check with NYPD turned up no recent arrests). She also describes Cordell as a consultant and not a partner in the Box, as reported in a recent Observer profile and other places: “We had taken the decision to call him a partner, but he isn’t a real partner or employee for the Box or La Esquina.” Serge Becker did not know about Cordell’s past until ten days ago, when his case went to trial, Johnson says. She also issued an emphatic statement to Grub Street on behalf of Becker further disavowing Cordell’s ownership stake.
  46. it happened this week
    On the Firing Line In a week when much of the world came to midtown, the boldest names were to be found on campus. Hillary Clinton held up under heavy grilling at the Dartmouth debates, while Columbia University president Lee Bollinger invited Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad uptown, then called him a “petty and cruel dictator.” (For his part, Ahmadinejad denied that his country contained such dangerous American inventions as nuclear weapons and homosexuals.) Potential First Husband Bill was joined at his Global Initiative conference by poverty experts Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The former commander-in-chief also declared war, unsuccessfully, on Village eatery Osso Buco for hanging a promotional photo of daughter Chelsea in its front window.
  47. the early-evening news
    Ryan Adams’s Tantrum-Throwing Ability on the DeclineRobert Plant’s not crazy after all! Plus: great news for movie fans that can’t spell!
  48. intel
    Promoter and Queer Icon Dean Johnson DiesDowntown icon and gay performing artist Dean Johnson died last week, friends just learned. The six-foot-six promoter was found dead by authorities in Washington, D.C., but remained unidentified until this week. Police are still investigating the cause. Johnson, 45, founded the iconic weekly party Rock and Roll Fag Bar in the late eighties, and also started HomoCorps, a monthly gay music showcase at CBGB, before the punk club closed. At times a porn star and at other times a rock star (he fronted Dean and the Weenies and later the Velvet Mafia), he was always recognizable by his height (often augmented by heels) and brazen eyewear. Friends say he helped shape the growing East Village art and club kid scene in the late eighties, continuing through to today, with popular and notoriously raunchy parties he’s hosted at dive venues like the Hole and the Cock. He had battled drugs “historically,” said his longtime friend Joe Birdsong. “But in the past year he had cleaned that up.” Friends will celebrate his life next week at Rapture Café and Books on Wednesday at 8 p.m The Velvet Mafia [Official site] Dean Johnson – Death of a Legend [Motherboards] Related: Party Favorites [NYM]
  49. party lines
    The Honorable Regis PhilbinAt Jeffrey Toobin’s party for The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court on Tuesday, free copies of the book were nowhere to be found, much to the chagrin of one late arriver, Regis Philbin. “I can’t get my hands on the book! All the free copies are gone!” he told us, upset because he had wanted to read the book and hold it up on his show. “I don’t know how the etiquette works. But usually when you go to a book party, they give you the book! Do you have the book?” We didn’t. “Are you disappointed?” Welll … now that you mention it, yeah! “You should be! I think you deserve it!” Wow, Regis really knows how to rile up a crowd, we thought. And as if reading our mind, he took that moment to throw his hat into politics. “I should be on the Supreme Court,” he said.
  50. news reel
    Soprano Angela Gheorghiu Fired in Chicago; Headed to New York to Sing Same Role at the MetSoprano Angela Gheorghiu, the self-appointed deity of the operatic stage, apparently has decided that rehearsing is for little people.
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