At Armani, the beaded face-coverings depicted the mysterious character of a woman. The ornamentation on those coverings in exquisite sequins, stones, and beads made them look oh-so-chic.
Chanel's headgears also had a tint of retrospective manner of concealing one's hair. Mr. Lagerfeld had the house's favorite tweed mixed up with mesh and sequins in the beautiful combination of pinks and grays covering up the model's hair.
The collection displayed by the talented Italian designer, Giambattista Valli, perhaps really enchanted us all with the models' veiled heads studded with butterflies.
And perhaps the most bizarre of all were the crystal-studded full face-covering masks at Maison Martin Margiela where not even a single speck of skin could be seen through those masks. I wonder how the models walked in and out!
Jean Paul Gaultier had a subtle way of putting forth the decorative net mesh, which looked more like a hairnet with a forehead band, giving it a whole sixties flavor.