Point, Shoot, Wrap-------
These Temps des Rêves scarves are a lot to wrap your head around—or, if you’re embracing the summer’s turban trend, a lot to wrap around your head. The images screened on Adrian Mesko’s silk chiffon and satin scarves range from boardwalks in Santa Cruz to journeys through Havana to salt, pepper, and ketchup bottles on the table of a local diner. Each references a daydream—or “dreamtime,” as it’s called in Australian aboriginal culture, hence the brand name—the Aussie photographer has had while traveling the world to shoot. (When not dreaming up scarves and pocket squares, he’s lensing editorials for Harper’s Bazaar Australia and GQ Australia.) The Santa Cruz and Havana scarves ($300) are two of the best sellers since the collection’s launch on MiN.com), but Mesko’s photos reference fashion as much as travel—as with Portobello Furs, with its image of a rack of them at London’s Portobello Market, or Blue Blue Blue, an atmospheric shot from a fall fashion shoot. If foulard fever continues strong for fall, expect to see more of Mesko’s work in the days to come—on the page and off.