A Travers Champs scarf 90 - flat
A Travers Champs scarf 90 - worn

The story behind

Marie Bonnin was inspired by the village where she grew up, amidst the volcanoes of the Auvergne region in France, to compose this landscape. Conceived in the style of a game of goose or a maze, the design coils around a group of little houses with sloping roofs, bordered by small gardens. The spiral gradually extends through fields and orchards to unfold in a combination of meandering and speckled motifs evoking mountainsides, valleys and country lanes. The artist’s association with Hermès came about through a creative workshop organised with the Paris School of Decorative Arts. À travers champs (“Through the Fields”) is her second scarf design.

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