Known for its large printed men’s and women’s scarves, Yarnz has tackled everything from solid-color knits to bold graphic prints to contemporary and pop art. This NYC-based label, founded by designer Mateen Shah, has offered up a diverse selection of scarves, sweaters, and accessories made from soft cashmere, cashmere blends, and bamboo. The brand’s sense of humor shines through in the lipstick scarf — a cashmere and silk number imprinted with lipsticks and kissing lips — and pieces printed with diamond rings. In 2012 Yarnz diverted from its usual, fuzzy course by launching a line of roomy leather tote bags decorated with camouflage and geometric patterns. Founded in 2000, Yarnz has attracted a prestigious clientele that includes Madonna and Scarlett Johansson.
These are yarns to say yes to. Based in New York, the Yarnz collection is best known for its luxurious range of printed scarves. Using elite craftsmanship as well as innovative modern knit techniques, these scarves take a refreshingly progressive approach to design and have been spotted wrapped around the stylish necks of everyone from Mary-Kate Olsen to Taylor Momsen.
Don’t be fooled by the latest burst of warm weather – it’s not time to pack up the winter accessories just yet. It might even be time to acquire more, like these quilted-leather fingerless gloves with cashmere cuffs by Lauren Urstadt. Or go for featherweight cashmere wraps by Vanessa Noel or Carolina Amato, which will carry you right into spring.
The animal trend has never gone out of style—and this selection ensures that it's here to stay. Here, find iterations of the wild print on everything from versatile separates and dresses to flats and pumps to bold jewelry and handbags. Check out standouts like the brass and crystal snake ring, the leopard stretch cotton pencil skirt, and the oversize crocodile embossed clutch.
How do fashionistas face down subzero temps? (Hint: hibernation is so 2009.) We prefer to see it as just another reason to pile on the accessories. So check out this black velvet riding cap by milliner Eugenia Kim — it’ll be your go-to well into spring. And scarves with intarsia bows, bunnies or skulls by Yarnz look just as chic inside as they do out. But if you decide to ditch winter after all, a cashmere travel set from White & Warren is a luxe must.