ALEXANDER MCQUEEN skull print scarf
  • ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Skull-print fine-knit scarf
    matchesfashion.com
    A fine-knit scarf like this skull-print style from Alexander McQueen is ideal for between seasons. It’s woven from a modal and silk-blend in rich navy green and burgundy hues and features the label’s iconic skull motif in varying sizes. Drape it around your neck to complete an effortless off-duty look.
  • Antagoniste - Paris Life and Death
    boticca.com
    The famous dandy adage makes sense in this vanity echoing the gone era of enlightenment. Old prints and skulls dance a funeral waltz in inked gray background. Warm and long, perfect for winter. Made in France. This scarf comes wrapped in a beautiful paper.
  • ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Skull-print chiffon scarf
    matchesfashion.com
    A decorative scarf like Alexander McQueen’s iconic skull-print style is the perfect way to give understated outfits that extra edge. This silk-chiffon version is beautifully soft and lightweight and comes in dark navy burgundy and green hues. Wear it with everything from a leather jacket to a sharp blazer.
  • Alexander McQueen Navy Lotus & Skull Scarf
    ssense.com
    Lightweight scarf in navy blue. Skull and floral graphics throughout weave in pale pink. Frayed edges. Tonal stitching. Approx. 40" x 46". 85% modal, 15% silk. Made in Italy.
  • Alexander McQueen Skull-Print Silk Chiffon Scarf
    neimanmarcus.com
    Alexander McQueenSkull-Print Silk Chiffon Scarf, Black/IvoryDetailsIconic Alexander McQueen scarf with signature skull print.Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.Approx. 47"L x 41"W (120 x 104 cm).Seasonless silk chiffon.Made in Italy.Designer About Alexander McQueen:Founded by the late English designer Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992, this fashion house quickly gained a reputation for opulent (and sometimes outrageous) bespoke creations. Today the line is under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, who continues the house's tradition of turning out impeccably tailored, beautiful clothes. She created the gown worn by Catherine Middleton as she wed Prince William, becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
About