Luxury Neckwear label and Australian entity, Auberre, adds Mr Auberre to the lineup this season. From delightful print silk scarves for Mrs Auberre to debonair wool scarves and silk bow ties for Mr Auberre, A/W 2013 is the season.

Jacqui Dunstan, designer and director, started the label as her own “piece of luxury in the world”. The A/W lineup features 100% silk scarves and bow ties, 100% wool scarves and 100% cashmere snood scarves for both Mr and Mrs. Silk pockets squares are set for the next installment of Men’s, as well as leather goods in the works.


Prints are central to the pieces, with subtle but attention commanding motifs running through each and every piece, from the abstract windowpane bowties to the kooky “Animals and Ladders” silk scarf.

The “Mandarin” silk scarf is a stand out with its light oriental motif in a standard headscarf size, perfect for around the neck or over the head or however you’d like. Then there’s the sell out “Deadly Rose” silk scarf, which sold out within a week. In a dark, over-the-top floral print, the “Deadly Rose” abstracts into a futuristic and marble aesthetic when wrapped or folded around the neck. Jacqui has also promised new releases throughout the season.


The “Deadly Rose” look

The expansion into men’s accessories is obvious evidence of the success of Auberre in just over a year, along with the sell out items of course. The playful pieces are easy enough to incorporate into any outfit and wardrobe, adding pop to simple and clean looks or completing colourful combinations. The added bonus, the wool scarves will keep you warm all winter long!



Visit Auberre online to get your piece of luxury and ward off the winter blues, or add some fun to your wardrobe with signature bowties and scarves for both Mr and Mrs.

About The Author

Darby-Perrin Larner

Darby-Perrin Larner writes about clothes, people paid to pose and designers. Once he finished high school, he packed his bags and moved to Melbourne in pursuit of something different. Now he juggles university, contributing to and his side project, DASH. Darby digs fashion, music from A-trak to Zee Avi, and has an expensive film habit.

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