One of the brightest representatives of British fashion at the moment, Richard Quinn dedicates his entire collection to the eternal accessory rich in floral and graphic prints. As a great compliment to the designer was the presence of Queen Elizabeth II during his show, who, besides supporting the development of the British fashion industry, is a long-time fan of the silk scarves. The bold designs of the timeless accessory were interpreted by Quinn in magnificent silhouettes, multi-layered dresses, and overcoats.
After the accent in London, chronologically next in Paris, where Marine Serre presents the same amount of abundance of prints but viewed through another, no less impressive, prism.
With a slightly more sophisticated approach, many other brands go into today’s discussed trend. Oscar de la Renta, Jacquemus, Moschino, Etro, Gucci, and even Balenciaga present fresh and different interpretations of this absolute and eternal accessory that has always been a part of fashion but never before in such volume as for AW 2018 season.