The Hermes scarf: a legendary accessory with worldwide renown.
For the House of Hermès, it all began in 1837. Its speciality was saddle-making and leather goods: two fields of activity in which the brand was very successful. Hermès found a niche that was somewhere between the traditional and the modern. Gradually, it broadened its ranges to include haute couture, fragrances, jewellery and accessories. In this final category, one piece set itself far apart from the others: it is, of course, the famous Hermès scarf, the emblem of the French House throughout the globe. Looking back on the exceptional success of these stylish and fashionable scarves.
A piece worthy of the elegance of the House of Hermès.
Hermès scarves were created by the brand over 80 years ago now, but they remain truly timeless pieces. The years may pass, but they do not get any older, adapting to the tastes of women everywhere and the latest trends. The scarves from this leading House of Fashion are recognisable by their rich prints. The inspirations are diverse and that explains their success: references to animals, art and nature among them. The designs cover many different themes, from the very classic to the more modern. Intended for wear by women who are elegant and refined, Hermès scarves are appealing because of the prestige and quality of their fabric: silk.
An authentic collection you can find on Vestiaire Collective.
Hermès silk scarves are must-have accessories for any self-respecting feminine wardrobes. If their initial prices are not within everyone's reach, Vestiaire Collective is committed to finding a solution to that problem by proposing models from previous collections at more affordable prices. This is a chance to for your neck to be graced with models as unique as they are vintage.
The legendary Hermès scarf adapts to all styles and every occasion, coming in multiple colours and sizes. Certain models are now seen as real fashion icons, like the following: