Franco Moschino founded his eponymous label in 1983 after spending several years working as a freelance designer for some of the most famous fashion houses in the world. Moschino specialises in creating luxurious collections of quirky, contemporary clothing, accessories, footwear and lingerie. The Moschino scarves collection is an eclectic mix of all things weird, wonderful and chic. From delicate satin scarves with intricate patterns, classic tartans and signature wool blends featuring the Moschino logo, to the ultimate quirky accessory: a SpongeBob Squarepants scarf hand woven from virgin merino wool.
The Moschino Scarves Buying Guide
Staying true to the Moschino motto that "fashion should be fun and should send a message," the Italian label’s collection of women’s scarves offers everything from playful teddy bear designs to tongue-in-cheek slogans. Ahead, take a look at our Moschino scarves buying guide to help you choose the right style for you and how to keep them looking their best.
The Most Wanted Moschino Scarves
Moschino Bear Scarf
Printed with the brand's cult teddy motif, this range of scarves references the famous bear dress that was designed by Franco Moschino in 1988. Choose from wool-blend designs with teddy bear intarsia, or silk-twill foulards featuring the tongue-in-cheek image.
Moschino Logo Scarf
It may be emblazoned with the designer logo, but keeping the rest of the scheme understated makes this scarf really easy to wear. The soft and luxurious fabrication mean it's comfortable, too.
Moschino Baroque-Print Silk Scarf
Moschino consistently delivers its signature aesthetic of in-your-face patterns, and this silk scarf is no different. Featuring a baroque-style brocade pattern in metallic tones, it comes complete with Moschino branding and a silk construction.
How To Care For Your Moschino Scarves
Moschino scarves come with a label attached to show you what they are made from and how to care for them. Most of the brand’s scarves are crafted from wool, silk and cashmere, and will need to be professionally dry cleaned. You can also keep some pieces in good condition with careful washing at home.
The safest way to wash delicate silk or wool Moschino scarves at home is to hand wash them. If the fabric care label tells you to ‘Dry Clean’ or to avoid a machine wash, then it's best to wash by hand in cold water. It’s advised never to wash with chlorine bleach, as this can damage the scarf’s natural fibers, and to only use detergent for delicates instead. Putting your pieces in the tumble dryer is best avoided, as the high temperature can shrink or damage the fabric.
- Where are Moschino scarves made?
When it comes to clothing and accessories, ‘Made in Italy’ has become synonymous with quality and design. All Moschino pieces, including scarves, are made in Italian factories. Traditional Italian craftsmanship by local artisans ensures each high-quality piece meets the brand’s exacting standards.
- How do you know if a Moschino scarf is real?
Authentic Moschino scarves are sold through Moschino.com and at selected authorised retailers and department stores. Moschino scarves come with the brand’s label stitched to the side, as well as designer tags. Each scarf has a high level of craftsmanship, from finer details like stitching to the luxurious feel of the fabric.
- How much is the average Moschino scarf?
Moschino scarves range in price from £55 for smaller silk square scarves with bold prints, to £372 for oversized blanket scarves in super-soft wool and enlivened with the label’s recurring logo. It’s worth noting that some styles may vary in price depending on the retailer.