NYFW SS19: Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf According To The Runways

2 min read
Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf
Tom Ford SS19

Headscarves have dominated the SS19 runways

Headscarves have emerged as one of the biggest trends in recent seasons, and if the spring/summer 2019 shows are anything to go by, the hair accessory isn’t going anywhere fast. From Tom Ford to Chromat, designers at New York Fashion Week were quick to showcase their efforts to be more inclusive, particularly to the growing modest market. Here’s five ways to wear a headscarf according to the SS19 runways.

Kate Spade
At Kate Spade, Living Proof stylist Shreeda Tailor added a little volume to the hair by gently fluffing strands with its new Perfect Hair Body Builder and Control Spray. She then accessorised their blowouts with colourful head wraps.

Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf

Kate Spade SS19

Michael Kors
For his SS19 show, Michael Kors offered several takes on the headscarf including smartly wrapped turbans and breezy bandanas, which were inspired by ’60s and ’70s icons that had a penchant for making a striking head wrap their pièce de résistance.

Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf

Michael Kors SS19

From plus size models to a model wearing a prosthetic leg, swimwear label Chromat showcased a runway that was dedicated to empowering women of all shapes, sizes and ethnicities. This included a modestly dressed hijab-wearing model whose look was finished with an XL sunhat.

Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf

Chromat SS19

Anna Sui
At Anna Sui, models accessorised their soft tousled waves with a series of headscarves, which were cast in a variety of the collections’ colourful prints.

Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf

Anna Sui SS19

Tom Ford
To complement the glamorous gowns on the runway at Tom Ford, hairstylist Orlando Pita opted for sharp side-parts and low buns, which were teamed with soft, neatly tied silk scarves.

Five Ways To Wear A Headscarf

Tom Ford SS19

Just when we all thought flower crowns were over, Rodarte decided to bring them back with a bang.

  • Words by Gracie Stewart