The “Carré en Carrés” print of Hermes depicts a sliding collage of H’s signature silk prints like (from left to right) “Couvertures et tenues de jour“, “Le Tigre Royal“, “Brides de Gala“, “H Cinétique” and “Pani La Shar Pawnee” in strips.
When it’s worn folded along the strips, you’d get 5 different dominating prints in 1 scarf. When it’s worn randomly, casually scrambled, you’d get a spontaneous abstract.
Dip-dyed scarf (carrés surteint) is a little different than the classic silk. It goes through a hand-stirred dye of single colour to transform into a softer silk with velvety washed touch, which is comfortable and more understated to wear every day. H users often fall in love with these silks after owning and wearing their first piece.
Since 1937, silk scarves has become an inseparable element in Hermes’ heritage. No luxury fashion house makes scarves as ingeniously and artistically as H – every prints are meticulously drawn and created by independent artists, the subjects could vary from abstract to zoology (and equestrian!).
Collectors of Hermes scarves are just as passionate as Hermes bag collectors. These vivid silks can be worn in daily life, or framed up to decorate a space.
- Colour way: Geranium / Framboise / Rouge
- 100% silk, made in France.
- 90 cm size square scarf.
Scarf 90 is currently retailing at RM2150
Attachment (s): box only.