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A Silk Scarf is a large square of fabric that is worn as a fashion accessory around the neck or on the head. Worn on the head, the use of the word is sometimes confused with that of the veil. In the 1960s, an Italian designer, Emilio Pucci, made silk scarves with brightly colored motifs, followed by many designers: Hermes, Versace, and so on. In France, the city of silk scarves is Lyon, with a local industry that lasts since the sixteenth century. André Claude Canova is one of the last silky lyonnais to print in a traditional way with a flat frame.