'The perfume of luxury is the smell of dreams’ at least it is according to Thierry Hermes, founder of the prestigious French brand. Hermès silk scarves are most definitely the stuff of dreams - for decades the so-called carré has been a coveted and glamorous accessory, and now Opherty & Ciocci is home to a selection of carefully selected vintage scarves dating from the 1950’s through to the present day.
An explosion of colors, historical and modern prints and opulent decorations printed on the finest quality silks make this collection of pieces exquisitely desirable and extremely collectable.
For those among you who can’t get beyond the idea of a scarf as retro head gear for septuagenarians, it’s time to update your ideas - with a pinch of style, a dash of personality, and a sprinkling of creativity you can transform these silken squares into the kind of killer looks that would have make your grandmother blush.
There are countless ways to use a scarf – the house of Hermes, for example, has helpfully come up with 36 – now Opherty & Ciocci is on the case witha few ideason how to transform this timeless classic into a modern-day must have.
Beautiful Hermes 'Cuivreries' silk scarf designed by Francoise de la Perriere and originally issued in 1963. The design depicts an equestrian thene in brown shades with a white background. Beige border....