There’s nothing like finishing off an outfit with a signature scarf.
And when that scarf is by Hermès, well, there’s no denying the style statement being made.
Those intrigued by luxurious scarves (and how to wear them) will want to mark March 18 on the calendar, as that is when the New Castle Historical Society hosts “The Interesting History of Scarves and Demonstrations of How to Wear Them to Best Effect.”
Yulia Omelich, proprietor of COUTUREDossier in Chappaqua, will return to the society to present the event. Those who caught her November lecture on Coco Chanel know this fashion expert can put together a memorable program.
The March 18 lecture will begin at 7 p.m. at the Horace Greeley House, the historical society’s headquarters at 100 King St. The talk and refreshments are free, though a $5 donation is appreciated. Space is limited, so call 914-238-4666 to reserve a seat.
* In a side note, this event marks WAG’s first time working with Cassie Ward, who’s joined the historical society as its new executive director. She takes over for Betsy Towl, who retired after many years of dedicated service. I had worked with Betsy for many of those years and wish her well, while looking forward to working with Cassie, too.
For more, visit newcastlehs.org.
– Mary Shustack