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I had toyed with the idea of featuring one of my favorite Hermes artists, Loic Dubigeon, but hesitated after I discovered a quite different side to his art. The dichotomy between what Monsieur Dubigeon created for Hermes and as a freelance artist is quite astounding and I shall leave it at that.

I will be featuring Monsieur Dubigeon’s scarves in the near future and I would be shocked to hear if at least one of his creations was not among your favorites.

Born in 1934 to a family of shipowners in Nantes, Loic Dubigeon was not just an accomplished artist, but a sculptor and a muralist.  He received his training as an architect at the Arts et Métiers de Paris.

I am aware of 21 carres he designed for the Parisian Fashion House, all quite stunning and exquisite in their detail.

Here is a sampling of some of his scarves…

More to follow

La Ronde des Heures HERMES Carre 1986

La Ronde des Heures HERMES Carre 1986

vtg-salzburg-hermes-opera-scarf

Hemisphaerium Coeli Boreale HERMES Silk Scarf

Fantaisies Indiennes