Le Carré Hermès: Fashion yourself in the best silk ever this Fall/Winter 2020

With its campaign shot by photographer Oliver Hadlee Pearch at Fondation Maeght, the new Hermès silk scarf collection is truly works of art.
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To say that the Hermès silk scarves are icons, much like its leather counterparts Birkin, Kelly and Constance, is no wonder, given that silk itself is one of the world's oldest luxuries.

Made to be works of art that brings versatility to your wardrobe, the words "Hermès Carré" spark joy to the hearts of all fashion lovers. And for the Hermès silk scarves this Fall/Winter 2020, the prints are vibrant, captivating and exude pure luxury.

Wrap it as a neck scarf, a headwrap, a wristlet or a bag handle twist, the choices are limitless and the sky is the limit.

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And to depict the wonders of this season's collection, Hermès partners with photographer Oliver Hadlee Pearch to shoot a campaign filled with energy and brightness at Fondation Maeght, a private museum for modern art and contemporary art in St. Paul-de-Vence, on the Côte d'Azur.

Confident and strong, playful, and creative - the Hermès woman embodies all of these traits. She is the only one who stays in focus and decides how to present her look.

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The Hermès collection is about the transformation of a silk scarf from an accessory to a piece of clothing. One of the mystical motifs depicted on the scarf is "La Danse des Amazones by Edouard Baribeaud."

Additionally, the scarf with the playful Carré 70 with the dachshund motif "Les Bassets by Xavier de Poret" or "the Carré Wash in the boho style Kelly en Perles" are some of the most memorable pieces of the new Hermès silk scarves collection.


Swipe the gallery below to see more of the collection:


And in celebration of the arrival of the new Hermès silk scarves in Malaysia, the fashion house has hosted a special "Pink Room" pop-up space at its boutique in The Gardens Mall, Kuala Lumpur, where guests are invited to explore the new collection.

Together with the pop-up, Hermès is hosting a special Hermès Twilly knotting workshop where you can learn how to make your own silk bracelet using the Hermès silk.



The Hermès "Pink Room" will be opened for all between 11 AM to 9 PM on 2nd (Saturday) and 3rd (Sunday) October 2020 at the Hermès Gardens Mall boutique.

For more information, you can contact Hermès directly via phone call +603 2284 0048.



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