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All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. The babushka has been having a renaissance. And when I say “babushka,” I don’t mean that a pious, potato-schlepping Russian grandmother is making a comeback. Instead, I am talking about her headgear. Fun fact: When a kerchief-donning A$AP Rocky refers to a “babushka,” he means the scarf, which is indeed something that a Russian grandmother wears. But in the Russian language, a “babushka” means, well, a grandmother. That’s besides the point, however: The babushka has made rounds on the runway over the past f... Full story

23 April