This Scarf Is The Ultimate Winter (And Lenny Kravitz) Hack

His penchant for going commando notwithstanding, Lenny Kravitz has always been ahead of the curve. When in 2012, we all laughed as he stepped out onto the NYC streets ensconced in what appeared to be a homeless man’s bed, now we’re ogling $700 duplicates of that massive blanket-scarf-bed hybrid. Of course I’m referring to this mammoth-sized J.W. Anderson scarf, which you can use in place of sweaters, hats, and earmuffs in the winter, and which you can then eagerly curl up on your couch with. Turns out, a below zero wind chill and snot icicles can be rather pleasant when you’re watching it all go down from behind this warm scarf.