Don’t miss out on limited edition scarves! Hermes Hiroshi Sugimoto- Couleurs de l’Ombre Covetable Scarves
Hermes and Hiroshi Sugimoto’s new line of limited edition scarves -Couleurs de l’Ombre, are destined to become collectors items you’ll never want to stop wearing…
Leave it to Hermes to tap artist Hiroshi Sugimoto to create one of the art & fashion worlds most covetable accessories to come this season with a range of scarves.
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Featuring ombre prints in an assortment of vivid hues, they make for an easy to wear scarve that you’ll be able to add lush shots of color with well into fall.
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Simple yet decadent, they’re just about precious enough to want to hang on a wall to observe…
Declaring “I believe that art can be wearable,” the contemporary artist has created a series of 20 designs that have been released in 7 hues.
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And as the venerable house’s third partnership with a celebrated artist, playing with the purity of simple color combinations comes at the right time as color remains the big story on the fashion forefront.Published on July 17, 2012
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