The name Hermès is synonymous with luxury and exclusivity. All their products have the stamp of style, sophistication and uniqueness which set their products apart from other brands. The Hermès scarves are a wonderful example of the luxury that is exclusively Hermès.
Ever since the company was started in 1837 by Thierry Hermes, their lifestyle products and accessories have always been counted among the top brands. The Hermès scarves were launched in the late 1920’s and the Hermès design house has not looked back since then.
The first scarf produced was a throw back to the French soldiers scarf wearing style during Napoleon’s era. This scarf had the names of various kinds of cars printed on it. Another design produced during that time was the print of a group of ladies with white wigs.
Hermès brings out two collections each year with a dozen scarves in each. They may be the latest designs or they may be older designs with new color schemes. The Hermès designs feature equestrian prints which have been very popular with buyers. They also feature military crests, family coat of arms, banners, the French Revolution, French cuisine, etc.
The designers also are responsible for the outstanding different prints on a Hermès scarf. The equestrian print by Hugo Grygkar has seen many reprints, the Texan flora and fauna and Native Indian prints by the American designer Kermit Oliver and the floral prints by Leigh Cooke are different from the strong European influence.
Hermès has also brought out signature monochromatic scarves or finesse carrè as they are referred to. Robert Dallet’s Jungle Love was released in monochrome in addition to a colored edition.
Hermès Scarves are all about class and style and this is evident in the care and detail seen in each hand-crafted scarf. The Cashmere and Silk shawls and silk fringed scarves are their most exclusive to date.
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