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.  […]

Hommage a Mozart by Julia Abadie

Hommage a Mozart HERMES Julia Abadie, 1996

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria and became Classic Era’s most prolific and influential composer. A child prodigy, his career started at the tender age of five and during his 35 years, he composed over 600 works. Hommage a Mozart is a glorious scarf celebrating one of the most loved composers of all time!

May I have the Keys please

Les Cles HERMES Exclusif Silk Blouse White

The iconic Hermès Silk Scarf, Les Clés or Les Clefs, also knows as the Keys, was designed by Caty Latham and first issued in 1965.  This scarf has been re-issued numerous times due to its overwhelming popularity. Sometimes also known as Keys, this is a scarf that transcends generations, trends, fads and one that has become […]

This Mother’s Day…

Surprise your mother, wife, sister or friend with one of these special Hermes carres this Mother’s Day. The Early America Hermes Scarf with General George Washington and Lady Washington at the center, surrounded by various images in the American folk art style, is a beautiful scarf in any colorway. Designed by Francoise de la Perriere and first issued in 1979, this […]