A turban is a unique high making item, made of foundation, material, sewing and holds mystery. It is the descendant of the Crown. Created in 1000 B.C. Cairo, Egypt by Veronique Salagean ‘s soul. Its conception was to make a person feel unique and special also to enhance a personal look.
A Turban is a high making item, made of foundation, material and sewing. It takes minimum 480 minutes to make a turban.
A Hat is a high making item, haute mode made by Milliners. It takes up to three hours to make a hat.
A Crown is a craftsmanship that uses hard metals and sometimes stones or engraving for the making of the item. It takes many hours to make a crown.
A Headdress is a piece of material that is sewn with a basic technique. It takes around 60 minutes to make a headdress.
A Headwrap is a piece of fabric encircled around the head and pinned in some parts for keeping the folds in place. It takes under 30 minutes to make a headwrap.
The turban symbolizes creativity, power and leadership.
Turbans are worn because people want to enhance their look and confidence.
What is the original turban and who is the person that created The Turban Over 3,500 Years Ago?
Luxury headwear label VS Turbans is turning heads with unparalleled luxury and opulence inspired by the cutting edge creativity of designer Veroniqué Salagean who is the reincarnated master mind behind the first ever turban
London, United Kingdom Sep 9, 2019 – Veroniqué Salagean designed the first turban over 3,500 years ago in Egypt. Using linen and a specially made foundation to create unique masterpieces that people wore like a crown. Today as the world’s first turban designer, she continues her craft by showcasing designs. Her exclusive London based label, VS Turbans established since 2015.
Being the reincarnated master mind behind the first ever turban in history, Veroniqué Salagean says: “I’ve always had this obsession for turbans and working with fabric from an early age that made no sense. Until I realised through a past life regression that my craft began in a previous life during 1,000 BC.” Revealing details of her regression session with expert Nicolas Aujula, she explains: “I remembered being a Persian woman that immigrated to Cairo. I made bespoke turbans in the market through draping woven fibres as fabric. A foundation and at least seven pins to hold the materials together. What I created was truly unique and innovative. I was inspired to give people something special and sophisticated to wear like a crown. However, the crowns of the time were too heavy and reserved only for the pharaohs. I created the turban to break the mould to appeal to the nobles and leaders.”
With recent controversy in fashion around turbans and so-called ‘cultural appropriation’ – where one culture adopts elements of another. Miss Salagean explains: “The truth is that I invented the turban in 1,000 BC as a statement of style, sophistication and value. Organised religion has since destroyed my masterpiece by misrepresenting it into a wrapped cloth so-called turban. A real turban has a base around which the fabric is draped, otherwise it is just a head wrap which religious leaders. Adopted to wear to look distinct and cover their head as the conical shape was actively used by the military. The simple head wrap became a symbol for some faiths, therefore the turban was in use before the advent of Christianity, Islam and Sikhism and has no connection to them.”
Veroniqué Salagean reveals “As a young girl I would create dolls clothes from swatches. It was effortless and I knew I had found my passion in that silence. I would practise my draping skills perfecting my sewing into an elegant masterpiece that I was proud to wear. Turbans really became my joy. My first commission came when a socialite in 2015 that saw me wearing a sparkling beaded Turban. In that instant, I turned my hobby into a career and news spread by word of mouth. Since opening the doors of VS Turbans in London, I feel I’ve found my calling in life. I provide my customers a way to incorporate Turbans into the very essence of their daily style.”
Turbans might remind you of the jet setters of the ’60s but are trendier than ever. On styling the turban with your attire, Veroniqué Salagean reveals her tips: “Opt for turbans made out of light fabrics during the day whilst super extravagant silks for evening glamour. This season the turban colour palette includes latex silver, basis cream, lobster red, emerald, light calico, basis Kaffee and gold. Bring out the shade of your turban by matching it with your shoes or handbag.”
Having mastered endless ways to drape a turban, Veroniqué Salagean envisions obsessively for two days. She designs each bespoke turban on the third day which gets formed from silence, feelings, music or shapes to define the 4 words provided by each client. The designer explains: “Each turban I create carries a drop of my aura with it. I get inspired from within that translates sophistication and the unexplainable placed together. My greatest creation to date is ‘The Turban Mother’ otherwise known as ‘The VS Crown’, which has a train of 2 meters of crystals weighing 4 kg with over 6,000 crystal mirror beads.”
The VS Turbans range from simple drapes to the more extravagant styles. Beaded in mirror crystals to an effortless drape in silk, raffia, cashmere or leather. The turbans show a high degree of meticulousness work and love that goes into creating each one. The collections including opulent materials such as Duchesse satin procured from Italy, ornate silks, delicate ostrich feathers and fine cotton, to produce an item of style and splendour that is guaranteed to turn heads.