Loosely inspired by the photos in her family album, where she had scarves knotted over her hair, Maria Grazia Chiuri brings life and attention to this versatile accessory in Dior's Fall/Winter 2020 collection.
From casual blousons to preppy sweaters to evening dresses, many of this season's runway ensembles were adorned with unique scarves in various prints and patterns, reinterpreted by Chiuri to fit her vision for Fall.
Whether it was swirled with tie-dye, punctuated by polka dots (echoing a 1974 Marc Bohan design) or splashed with the Dior Oblique monogram, each scarf was tied in a different way to suit the various looks.
Below, Dior takes us backstage to show us how we can replicate those runway looks with its new scarves:
And swipe the gallery below to see the original inspiration: