L’Or des Chefs by Joachim Metz

L’Or des Chefs, the Gold of the Chiefs, was designed by Joachim Metz and issued in 1997. It is in my opinion a very underrated carre.

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs Navy

Joachim Metz, who is responsible for a number of fabulous carres, packs so much detail and interest into his 90cm squares.

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs Navy-3

Same is true for this design!

As you may have discovered yourself, not all designs lend themselves to being tied in many different ways, the l’Or des Chefs, however, allows you to be very creative.

Be it a casual draping over the shoulder fastened with a scarf ring or a fancier knot like the Collerette, the l’Or des Chefs will allow you to create many different looks!

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs Navy.jpg

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-12
Collerette

The l’Or des Chefs makes a fantastic ascot and cravat, too!

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-14
Ascot or Au Masculin
Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-16
Cravate

Here are a very feminine Cocarde is off to one shoulder. A great look for an evening out on the town.

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-8
The Cocarde
Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-9
Variation on the Ascot or Au Masculin is a great option for the office
Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-10
Noeud Papillon
Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-11
Far-west is another great way to show off your carre, and perfect for cooler days

 

Hermes Silk Scarf L'Or des Chefs-13
The Pierrot also looks fab off to the side

No matter what your style, the l’Or des Chefs carre allows you to create many different looks, from casual to the sophisticated!

The inspirations for the various tying methods came from the Hermes How to tie a scarf from 1980s.

 

 

Advertisements

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.