A variation of the Hermès scarf `Carré en carrés ` first edited in 2005 by `Bali Barret`
Source of the picture: Le Brech & Associés

Carré en carrés

Scarves 90 / classic



Designed by Bali Barret

First edition in 2005

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Hermes dip dyed silk scarf, hand rolled, 36" x 36"

The design acquiesces gracefully to a multitude of metamorphoses. A selection of the house’s most celebrated scarfs are cut into elongated strips, artlessly juxtaposed to create a new motif. Horse blankets and day covers by Jacques Eudel grace the profiles of four horses dressed for relaxation or show. Christiane Vauxelles’s portrait of the Royal Bengal Tiger is every bit as imposing bisected along its central axis as it is whole! Next comes Brides de Gala, essential and unmistakeable at a glance. The rippling lines of H Cinétique lead us to Kermit Oliver’s portrait Pani la Shar Pawnee, showing the First Nation chief whose solemn gaze embodies the ancient wisdom of his people. A quintet of classic scarfs, squared.

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