I. A. Kwumi Sefidin or I. A. Kwumi Sefedin or?

Feux du Ciel HERMES

Correction 5/14/2018 Just picked up a Le Monde d’Hermes I from 2000 and see that Hermes refers to the artist as Sefedine Ibrahim Alamin. Revision 12/17/2016: In search of  more information about the artist behind the Feux du Ciel, which I am about to list I came across this wonderful information about the artist on […]

Les Tuileries by Joachim Metz for the Maison Hermes

Here is one of my all time favorite Hermes scarves, Les Tuileries by Joachim Metz, named after the famous Parisian Gardens leading up to the Louvre. Last time I was in Paris, a couple of summers ago, I fell in love not just with Paris all over again, but with this stunning part of heaven.  […]

Plaques à Sabler, a Grygkar Treasure

Plaques a Sables HERMES Rare

The Plaques à Sabler, which was designed by Hugo Grygkar and first issued in 1956, is a very interesting carre.  First off it is monochromatic.  And then what are we really looking at? Plaques à Sabler, literally translates as “sanding plates”.  But what does that mean? After a little research, I have learned that these […]

Monnaies et Symboles de Parisii HERMES

Monnaies et Symboles des Parisii HERMES Close Up

$ 599.00 Monnaies et Symboles de Parisii by Zoe Pauwels was issued in 2006. This is a stunning scarf with gorgeous colors and fabulous detail and such a gorgeous example of Madame Pauwels artistry. Gorgeous symphony of blues on a crisp white background, so perfect to complement your summer wardrobe. – in like new condition with […]

One of my all time favorites…

Le Pont Neuf à Paris Hermès carré by Philippe Ledoux from 1964 simply captivates me.  I am immediately carried off to Paris…among the people, the carriages, the hustle and bustle… more to come on this fabulous scarf…