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10 Designer Brand Scarves: Through the History of Brand

Updated on August 23, 2016

Hermes Shawl Scarf


Hermès Scarf

Hermès Scarf
Manufacturer: France
Color: multi-colored

Hermès Scarf has won the universal acclaim. There is hardly a person who has never heard of unique Hermès scarves. It took the founder of the brand Thierry Hermès years of thoughtful work to make his brand known and recognizable. He started in 1837 making quality saddles for rich clients. Much has changed in the world and in his company since that time. We do not use old means of transport any longer, company has begun manufacturing shoes, pieces for home decoration as well as quality scarves of good fabric. Everything is changing rapidly, but Thierry’s items of quality and good taste are still with us. In course of time a Hermès Scarf has turned into a piece of art.

Louis Vuittone Men Scarf

Louis Vuittone Scarf

Louis Vuittone Scarf
Material: 100% cashmere
Manufacturer: France
Color: black

Louis Vuitton was born in Jura, France. At the age of 14 he travelled 400 kilometers to Paris. There young Louis Vuitton worked at workshop making trunks. He studied, worked much and perfectly mastered the craft. All people admired his work, but as the time went by more and more privileged clients bought LV’s trunks, even Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III. (By the way, the brand name LV as we know it now appeared only after his death). In 1854 Louis Vuitton founded his own fashion house which trace is still noticeable on one of the shop wall pediment on French Champs-Élysées. The inscription says: “Louis Vuitton, manufacturing of trunks and suitcases, trade house, founded in 1854”.
As the company developed and expanded, it started producing garments of clothing, jewellery, watch, boots etc.
Now the trade mark is highly valued and loved because for millions of people Louis Vuitton is a synonym of quality and luxury.

Damir Doma Ribbed Cotton Scarf (Men's Collection)


Damir Doma Scarf

Damir Doma Scarf
Material: 100% wool
Manufacturer: Italy
Color: deep yellow

Damir Doma is a Croatian fashion designer. He studied in Germany and then moved to Antwerp. There he was lucky to work with such well-known designers as Ann Demeulemeester and Raf Simons. In 2006 Damir created his own brand and since that has been taking part in Paris fashion week. Now he is considered to be one of the best men clothes designer.

Cyrille Gassilin Scarf


Cyrille Gassiline Scarf

Cyrille Gassiline Scarf
Manufacturer: Russia
Color: purple

When a man loves a woman he wants all the best for her that is why very often the most beautiful designer women garments are created by men. All collections by Cyrille Gassiline are based on this principle – only best delicate fabric – silk, wool, cashemire, shiffon and models of scarves that best reflect women’s natural beauty.

Diesel Scarf

Diesel Scarf
Manufacturer: China

The Italian brand Diesel is widely known as it is a great designers company that creates everyday clothes – jeans, jersey and accessories. Its name dates back to the oil crisis that broke out in Europe in 1970s. Diesel fuel was the only fuel available at that time. Thanks to such name brand showed its being in the picture of events.
And still Diesel is known by its radical attitudes in design and new approach in fashion. The brand is always young and ironic. Diesel keeps beating stereotypes and producing high quality goods.

Anne Valery Hash Scarf

Anne Valery Hash Head Scarf
Manufacturer: France

Anne Valery Hash was born in 1971 in Paris. She had a practice in best fashion houses such as «Nina Ricci», «Chloe» and «Chanel». Anne Valery is an outstanding figure in the world of design as she has got a unique sense of style. That style can be characterized as intellectual and laconic. Inspired by the needs of modern women Anne Valery creates things adapting typically men models for women.

Guess Tribal Fringed Blanket Scarf


Guess Scarf

Guess Scarf
Manufacturer: Italy
Color: white and blue

The Guess brand was worked out in California in 1981. But its creators - four Marciano brothers Georges, Armand, Paul, and Maurice – were from Marseille, France. Even the very first brand’s inventions have become extremly popular. These were tight jeans with zippers and destroyed jeans which manufacturing process included stonewashing. Then Guess kept developing with only a greater success.
Such models as Laetitia Casta, Eva Herzigova and Claudia Schiffer became famous after Guess ad campaign. Today the company works in several directions - GUESS, Guess by Marciano, GUESS kids and Guess Jeans.

Dolce & Gabbana Scarf

Dolce & Gabbana Scarf
Manufacturer: Italy
Color: white-black

Two Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have been working together since 1980. Their first collection of 1986 for women brought the brand D&G universal acclaim. For 30 years of its existence company has been prospering. Today the main directions of work are D&G Haute Couture and D&G Democratic Line. A customer can find all necessary garments in each of them – clothing, underwear and accessories as well as swim wear and perfume.
Almost all celebrities (Madonna, Scarlett Johansson, Lindsey Lohan, Matthew McConaughey, Britney Spears) have something from D&G in their wardrobe – a suit, an evening dress or at least a scarf from D&G is a must-have item. Wearing these quality goods a person feels real chic.

Lark Rising Scarf

A Nottingham University graduate Amanda Lawrence, is a Mexx jersey designer and Oilily product manager. Since 2008 Amanda has been owning her own brand Lark Rising. The creative team Lark Rising jersey studio headed by Amanda works out garments with great inspiration and love. The cornerstone of the brand is imagination, but not those of a single designer or a designer group. The unique imagination of each particular person talented in some field is taken into consideration. This approach formed a creative team of artists-caricaturists, actors, illustrators, rock posters designers and all those who are ready to share ideas and make them come true.
Lark Rising scarves are decorated with original prints and different knitting techniques, hand made applications and embroidery.

Ahilya Grey Lace Scarf


Ahilya Scarf

Ahilya Scarf
Material: 100% cashmere
Manufacturer: India
Color: black-gray
Designed by Manuela Moollan Ahilya scarves are classy and exquisite. The brand’s name goes back to the 18th century when an Indian princess Ahilya Bai Holkar lived. The unique scarves brand was named after this woman-ruler of a strong character to honor her great contribution into the well-being of the country. Thus, the name of this lux brand gives an allusion showing the respect to the history of the country. But for those, who know that Indian area Kashmir is the “motherland” of cashmere(word cashmere derives from an old spelling of Kashmir), this Indian brand means fine texture, elegance, to cut it short the best cashmere in the world.
Ahilya offers 5 collections – Tumble (for children), Touch (with diamonds), Ethereal (delicate), Lace, Ultimate (with silver threads and mosaic gold)

DIY: Video on Creating Statement Handmade Scarf without Knitting with Tassels and Embroidery of Your Own Brand

Scarf is a garment of closing that we wear almost every day in all seasons. Just think - in winter, spring, autumn and even in summer there are different kinds of scarves to wear. Brand scarves are really unique and classy, to cut it short - masterpieces, but the price is also high. Let`s see how you can create a statement scarf without knitting with your own hands! Tat will be a scarf of fabric or fleece with tassels and beaded embroidery! It is easy to make for both amateurs and professionals of handmade.

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      2 years ago

      Thank you so much! Much time has been spent working at this question and your feedback is so important for me. I am really happy to get it!

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      2 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Very interesting and informative article about Scarves! Although I have seen many of them in pictures or elsewhere, but did not know so many details.

      Beautiful photos and well presented hub! Thanks for sharing!

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