Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.
Those chain-print polyester shirts that you used to steal from your mother to play dress-up probably convinced you at an early age that you should avoid scarf-print fashion like the plague. Itchy, cheesy, and faux-baroque-y, the print somehow only looked okay if it was in the context of a joke.
However, the new scarf print is a whole different animal, and it doesn't have even a sliver of cheese. In paisleys, hatchmarks, and geometrically laid-out patchworks, these modern versions look polished and pretty, and don't need to be worn with white Reeboks and a stonewashed denim. Trust — after you've seen what the folks nowadays can do to a chain-linked scarf print, you'll never look at your mother's old duds the same way again.
Karl Lagerfeld is the master of making a handbag out of nearly anything. Hula hoops, gas cans, packages of chopped meat — he’s turned all these ordinary objects into beautiful, covetable accessories accented with the famous double-C insignia. The latest Chanel bag comes in a shape that’s nearly as ubiquitous to read
We've seen pot lube, THC-infused facials, and even weed lip balm. But still, we hadn't seen cannabis quite like this. Welcome to the world of Nugshots. While working for Magic Flight (known for its line of handheld vaporaizers), Erik Christiansen started photographing different marijuana strains in incredibly high read