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5 Easy Ways to Wear a Silk Scarf

April 28, 2022
Fashion & Beauty

We’re so honored and excited to present Ed Ruscha’s collaboration with (RED) and Gagosian. The result? A limited-edition silk twill scarf produced by Massif Central, a New York-based company that produces silk and silk-blend scarves by contemporary artists. Priced at $1,200, the Ed Rushca (RED)ITION is in a limited-edition run of 500, each signed and numbered. 100% of sales will go to (RED), where the net proceeds raised will support the fight for equitable access to COVID relief in the world’s most vulnerable communities. Doubling the impact, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will generously match every dollar raised for the Global Fund.

Here are 5 cool ways to wear your favorite silk scarf:

Western Knot

  1. Fold the scarf diagonally into a triangle.
  2. Fold over the longest side and loosely wrap it around your neck, crossing the ends behind.
  3. Bring the ends to the front and tie them into a knot beneath the chin! You can tuck the knot under your scarf or over, it’s totally up to you.

The French Twist

  1. Lay the scarf on a flat surface and roll it all the way.
  2. Wrap it around your neck, crossing the ends from behind and bringing it to the front.
  3. Use the ends to tie a knot beneath the chin and shift the scarf to either side. Make a second knot leaving the loose strands to hang and voilà!

Head Bandana

  1. Fold the scarf into a triangle and place the longest part of the scarf over your head.
  2. Then, tie a knot at the back of your neck, behind the ears. They say silk on hair does wonders, so not only does it make a great hair accessory but it’ll also be non-damaging to your hair!

Shoulder Wrap

  1. Fold the scarf into a triangle and wrap it behind your shoulders. 
  2. Bring the ends to the front, then criss-cross the ends to make a knot.

Purse Accent

  1. Roll the scarf and wrap it around your purse’s handle strap.
  2. Tie a knot to instantly add a special touch.