Drake’s Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook

The folks at ACL give us a first look at Drake's of London's Fall/Winter 2014 lookbook. Not only do we get to see their upcoming product but they've dropped some style inspiration through these crisp visuals as well. The cookbook...

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Louis Vuitton Foulards d’Artistes Scarf Collection at Dover Street Market Ginza

Louis Vuitton Foulards d'Artistes Scarf Collection at Dover Street Market Ginza

Louis Vuitton has launched its Foulards d’Artistes scarf collection in Tokyo with help from Olivier Zahm, editor-in-chief of French fashion magazine Purple. The scarves, designed by a group of international artists, made their retail debut at Dover Street Market Ginza this past Saturday with other LV stores getting the goods next month. Zahm also shot a series of photos of the scarves and brings more light to another photography exhibition he is doing at Tokyo’s Last Gallery, originally owned by the late Dune magazine founder and publisher Fumihiro Hayashi.

The Foulards d’Artistes collection is produced each season in collaboration with a specific artist, and for this edition New York-based Japanese creative Aiko was asked to create the new, graffiti-inspired prints. (via super)

Alexander Olch Spring/Summer 2012 Scarf Collection

Alexander Olch Spring/Summer 2012 Scarf Collection

Alexander Olch’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection has landed at Barneys New York which includes these lightweight cotton scarves in the mix as well as all the well-made neckwear and accompanied accessories we’re accustomed to seeing from the New York designer. The scarves are available in small ($145) and large ($280) sizes. They are now available at the Barneys New York flagship store as well as online at barneys.com.

The Hill-Side Fall/Winter 2011 Neckwear & Scarves Lookbook

The Hill-Side Fall/Winter 2011 Neckwear & Scarves Lookbook

Here, we have shots from The Hill-Side’s Fall 2011 lookbook. The collection’s really well done this time around, with a strong lineup of neckwear and scarves. Mikael Kennedy was behind the lens as he captured some notables folks in the industry, some of whom you might recognize. Look for the product to land in the coming weeks at select retailers worldwide including New York-based Hickoree’s.

Engineered Garments S/S ’11 Floral Print Scarves

Engineered Garments S/S '11 Floral Print ScarvesEngineered Garments S/S '11 Floral Print Scarves
With a look at Engineered Garments’ Spring 2011 lookbook and highlights in a few different publications, we were able to get a comprehensive look at the New York label’s fine offerings for the months ahead. Polka dots and floral prints reigned supreme and we’ve finally spotted their scarves out on the market, some of which are of the floral variety. Three different styles are available, each a unique pattern from the other but still crafted right here in New York, as is all EG product.

Holiday 2010 | Aether Apparel Winter Accessories

Holiday 2010 | Aether Apparel Winter AccessoriesHoliday 2010 | Aether Apparel Winter Accessories

Just in time for this cold weather (and of course the Holidays), Los Angeles-based Aether Apparel has released some fine winter accessories to help us get through the coldest of days. Atop the list is Aether’s 100% cashmere hat which features a fisherman’s rib stitch. It’s available in a black or charcoal finish. The company’s latest scarf is a great pickup as it’s made from a two-layer construction and is reversible with contrasting colors. The scarf’s also 100% cashmere and comes in a charcoal/black or charcoal/navy color combination.

The standout piece from Aether’s latest batch of accessories has to be their first ever travel bag. It’s waterpoof, resistant to extreme temperatures, abrasion and cracks, and is made from heavy duty composite material normally used on skirts of hovercraft vehicles. Yes, hovercrafts.

These fine products alongside the rest of Aether Apparel’s fall collection, are available now online and in select retailers.

A.P.C. ‘Madras’ Check Scarf

A.P.C. 'Madras' Check Scarf

This season, look for select retailers to be carrying the ‘Madras’ collection from French label A.P.C. Their set of scarves is a highlight from the lineup as both pieces are made of a light checkered fabric that’s good for the coming months.

More info and detailed looks after the jump.

Louis Vuitton Monogram Star Stole Scarf

The Monogram Star Stole Scarf from Louis Vuitton just hit the market, making available the season's essential accessory in either a Navy/Blue/White or Black/White/Navy/Red multi-colourway. The Store features a star pattern on one side, and LV's iconic multi-pattern on the...

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The Hill-side Chambray Scarves

The Hill-side Chambray Scarves

Winn Perry, Portland’s finest boutique has just gotten these chambray scarves by The Hill-side. Utilizing the same Japanese chambray fabric as their ties and handkerchiefs, the scarves seem to be a logical extension of the young label’s collection and for the old wardrobe too. Like their other products, these scarves were also constructed in New York City. They’re available in an indigo, black and red variety.

More info and images after the jump

Paul Smith Navy Gingham Scarf

With gingham fever sweeping acrossing many labels, Paul Smith has applied the popular fabric design to his latest scarf. Navy gingham-checked scarf with a dash of wit. Buy It: $130 at Bloomingdales ...

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