There are few things we can think of that embody timeless elegance like an Hermes scarf. Made up of only the finest silk, it’s no wonder it has firmly cemented its title as the most iconic scarf in fashion. It even has best-selling books dedicated to its luxurious designs.
From the brand’s traditional horse motifs to kaleidoscopic
The scarf made its grand debut precisely 100 years after the French powerhouse was founded back in 1937 and has since graced the heads, decolettes and handbags of fashion darlings all over the world. After its release, it quickly gained a cult following amongst royals and celebrities alike. It was worn as a headscarf by Queen Elizabeth while Grace Kelly famously used it as a sling for her broken arm. Not to mention Audrey Hepburn who was also always photographed sporting it in numerous photos. It was clear from back then that the status symbol and allure behind this scarf was here to stay and so it has, decades on.
By Sarah Jimaa