The story behind

The Ex-Libris design is superimposed on Les Parisiennes to create a new composition. Ex-Libris plunges us into the heart of the 19th century. The Hermès Ex-Libris emblem forms the central medallion of this composition. This scarf, created by Hugo Grygkar in 1946, is surrounded by two hansom cabs, a stagecoach and a carriage. The Les Parisiennes scarf was created by Kiraz in 2012. It features cartoon cameos of the illustrator’s Parisian heroines. Seen gazing into a store window on Faubourg Saint Honoré, sitting outside a café on the Left Bank or chatting while laden down with shopping bags, they are a flurry of activity. His tongue-in-cheek caricatures capture the elegance and humor of the Parisian woman. 

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