Celebrating 20 years of creating limited edition silk scarfs for Harrods Knightsbridge, Hermès is providing 1,000 styling tips as part of their Paris Mon Ami campaign and pop up shop. Shini, of Park & Cube, was lucky enough to attend and was styled in a piece made up of 12 woven scarves! Isn’t it about time you finally get your hands on a set of knotting cards, Erica? Honestly . . .
(check out the rest of the photos at Park & Cube)
wow, loving the bright colours
i absolutely love these hermes scarves. they are super awesome. the photographs are beautiful!
Those scarves are so pretty. I love the knotted scarf necklace!
Love the colours and patterns – my ultimate would be an Hermes scarf!
I really like that stool with the scarf covering the cushion. That is a really good idea for a diy upholstery project!
i am always inspired when i visit your blog. keep doing what you’re doing!
such vibrant colors! they’re inspirational!
omg amazing!! so beautiful.
Have been dying for a set of knotting cards . . . !! As a lover of vintage Hermés scarves, love this post!
Oh, my! LOVE!!!! xoxo
Such beautiful colors! Thanks for sharing! ♥
beautiful colors, wow!!
Love Hermes Scarves! Such a beautiful colors. I remember the time I spent in Paris, you could buy a scarf everywhere….it`s really a french thing!
I have never seen knotting scarves used like this. These are amazing. I love it.
Absolutely stunning! I’ve never understood how to wear a scarf (still don’t) but simply love the prints!!
these are so beautiful!
I love the Hermes scarf necklace!
What a pretty necklace! genius 🙂
I’m a tumblr making tutorials on different ways to tie silk scarves and I love the Hermes prints, they’re so inspiring in a creative way!