For centuries, the traditional headgear of the Middle East, North Africa and Southwestern Asia, to keep their head from the sun and the glade, has become the luxury accessorie of the starlet and the rich man in the beginning of the last century. This year, the turban returned to fashion shows, red carpets and city streets
In Paris, the fashion turban was first introduced by famous French designer Paul Poiret at the beginning of the 20th century. Inspired by the influences of the Magellan and Middle East, Poiret made tailor-made turbans to his clients, which swept Paris very quickly.
Once they hit Paris, they won the most important fashion malls and soon found the way to the hearts and heads of celebrity Hollywood actresses, starlets and American rich people. Turbans loved to wear Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Gloria Swanson … Much later in the 80s, they were especially crazy about Joan Collins, who had a huge collection and especially adored white and golden turbans.
In the 20th century, Turban went into fashion and emerged from it, but it remained a favorite fashion addition and a status symbol of wealthy women who especially liked to emphasize their power. In the 21st century, the turban returned to the fashion scene and this spring will be the inevitable fashion addition of all those fashionistas who have the courage to embed turban into their style concept.
Turban this year especially loves Giorgio Armani, Jason Wu and Issa. Armani and Wu are smaller and more elegant, and Issa is more gorgeous, more striking, lustrous. All three brands were reinterpreted by the turban, pulling it out of high fashion and baling combinations, and putting it into the context of the prêt-à-porter.
If you decide to wear a turban, it can, with adequate make-up and a well-designed combination, look really great. Of course, it is appropriate for the evening and the evening hours, because your colleagues at work (in this country with low tolerance of prominent personality), will be a bit weird to watch. Also, the turban super saves the situation when your hairstyle is bad, and you just have to go to some important and elegant event.