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I need a scarf for when I go to Russia in February. It could be -30 so no silk, wool or fur only. Any ideas on the below or any suggestions of your own?

Paul smith signature stripe

Or

Missoni (any of them really but I was thinking of that really shagalicious one, y'know
the one?)

Or

Something classical/romantic/Dante's Inferno inspired with swirls of flame and angels and things (I saw a really nice Dante's inferno swatch a few months ago and I've been thinking ever since how cool a Dante's Inferno scarf would look).

Or

Dolce & Gabbana rabbit fur stole

Or

Something you've seen?

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missoni its fit for a prince

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Dolce rabbit stole

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Could you be a bit more decisive Leyla?

I'm thinking of buying the Missoni and a black rabbit-fur stole to go with my long black overcoats.

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fashion guru said it Prince, a missoni for sure

latest scarve style for guys in my part of the woods , classic English 'college' scarves with wide uneven stripes, in fresh colours. Not sure if those are you style but they seem very much 'new' here

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ooooh, Dolce Rabbit Scarf - will feel and look very luxurious!!!

I, myself thought about this David Cohen Rabbit "Donut Scarf" - it is a bit expensive ($220.00) - but it looks great....



(it also comes in brown)

Then there is this one (Anne Dee Goldin Fox Scarf) - which seems more reasonable (£198 - but I think fox is better than rabbit)



Oh well, enjoy and have fun

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i think there is nothing more quintessential than fur in a russian winter.

stylistically the missoni would absolutely make a splash...but i vote for the fur -- "when in rome..."

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The Dolce scarf, also keep in mind that you can find nice fur for cold weather in Russia much cheaper

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Im dying for a Missoni scarve, Im designing my owns now, I buy preety fabrics and I sew them together... I have a hot pink silk one with Orange suede applique

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How about the hermes cashmere scarf? hang on I'll find a pic...
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Too rococo for me. Pink doesn't really suit my style (especially not all the blacks I'm taking to Russia). As for classic English college scarves - I went to a classic English college and I don't fancy repeating the look (+ Dries Van seems to be carrying a lot of these this season and I can't afford £300+ for a scarf), thanks anyway.

I'm thinking take Dolce fur to Russia and buy the Missoni by selling off illegally imported Vodka when I get back....

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Quote:
Originally posted by Alejandro@Dec 4th, 2003 - 2:11 am
Im dying for a Missoni scarve, Im designing my owns now, I buy preety fabrics and I sew them together... I have a hot pink silk one with Orange suede applique
Me too,Alejandro! I'm looking around thrift ships for pieces I might be able to recycle fabric(stuff that'll be able to keep me warm) from and making a sort of patchwork-ish scarf with visible stitches and fraying edges. I might even add a iron on stitch pattern character or something to give a slight naive sensability.

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Originally posted by Scott+Dec 4th, 2003 - 1:46 pm--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Scott @ Dec 4th, 2003 - 1:46 pm)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-Alejandro@Dec 4th, 2003 - 2:11 am
Im dying for a Missoni scarve, Im designing my owns now, I buy preety fabrics and I sew them together... I have a hot pink silk one with Orange suede applique*
Me too,Alejandro! I'm looking around thrift ships for pieces I might be able to recycle fabric(stuff that'll be able to keep me warm) from and making a sort of patchwork-ish scarf with visible stitches and fraying edges. I might even add a iron on stitch pattern character or something to give a slight naive sensability. [/b][/quote]
Gorgeous Idea! I went to a thrift shop and I got this pants that were hideous, they had a very blurred paisley print with dark plum and rusty red and orange, so, I cutted them in six inches stripes and I sewed them together with purple and red velvet six inches stripes ....I think its hot

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It sounds beautiful....at the moment I'm working out the best way to attach the design from 'Tournee du chat noir' to a tuxedo jacket...

Any ideas on how to do the cat's halo, as you all seem to be a dab hand with the needle?



I was thinking that maybe I should sytlise it into a single gold or silver halo.

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