5 Hermès Scarves Every Art Lover Should Own
1. Pegase Pop scarf
Pop art junkies can flip over this comic book-like interpretation of Pegasus – the legendary winged horse. Dimitri Rybaltchenko’s illustration on this Hermès scarf is bright, summery and a total must-have.
2. Tyger Tyger scarf
For those who believe themselves to be wilder than ponies, can opt for this striking scarf designed by Alice Shirley. The background resembles the Periyar National Park, and the scarf is inspired from a poem by British painter and author William Blake.
3. Les Confessions scarf
If human beings with rabbit, horse and cat heads arouse your fancy, then this quirky scarf illustrated by Flaia Zorilla Drago is exactly what your closet needs. In 2013, Hermès organised a workshop in association with France’s Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, and of the three winning designs, this playful creation was chosen to be printed on an Hermès scarf.
4. Paddock scarf
True to the brand’s love for equestrian symbols, this lively illustration by Jean Louis Clerc shows the meeting place of horses and their owners. This is exactly what you should be sporting on your day at the turf.
5. Zenobie, Reine de Palmyre scarf
The brand pays homage to the badass queen of Palmyra – Zenobia – who after her husband’s death seized the throne and lead her troops on a vast campaign of conquests. She was also known as the ‘Illustrious Queen’ and this scarf created by Annie Faive aptly showcases her treasures.
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