You’ve always stuck your neck out for fashion.
So consider Prova scarves your reward.
Starting with vintage silks scooped up in fabric stores and flea markets around the world, Vogue editor-turned-accessories designer Irini Arakas cuts triangle Sandinista-style and classic skinny shapes and then piles on the trims.
Opt for out-of-the-norm leopard prints, ’70s Oscar de la Renta, or ’60s Pierre Cardin florals paired with bright combinations of glass beads. Tie on equestrian link, cosmic star, or modern geometric patterns heavy with colorful swingy fringe.
Each one-of-a-kind or very limited-edition piece is a wrap star, deserving consideration of its own.
Choosing? Now that’s risky business.