Silk that is not so square | Hermès
Silk, not so square
Bold wearing styles
Fold it, tie it, start all over again... With each new way a scarf is worn, a style is invented: urban Apache, bold warrior or ultra-colourful lover. Place your bets and bank on carrés, bandanas, twillys or gavroches.
At the heart of design
A design is above all a story, a whole world of possibilities, an imaginary voyage. Each season, Hermès collaborates with new artists who create a fantastical illustration within a silk scarf, a design inspired by the equestrian universe or... their own dreams. Encounters.
Octave Marsal & Théo de Gueltzl
Giant flowers, luxuriant and commanding, reign over an imaginary city of palaces and residences: this is the dreamlike world of the À l’ombre des pivoines scarf, created by the duo of artists Octave Marsal and Théo de Gueltzl. A play on scale, imbued with poetry, that unfolds in subtle tones of green and blue. Discover their world, along with the worlds of other designers who reinvent silk each season.