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    Our Grand Apparat is starring in Mena, Tom Cruise's next thriller

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    Our Grand Apparat will be staring along Tom Cruise in his upcoming movie thriller, MENA, out January 2017, read more about it on our blog at www.carredeparis.me and watch the official...

    Every Season Hermes reinvents its Classics

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    I am always interested in seeing how the Maison Hermes reinvents some of the Classics and this season there are several old timers that have received a new and perhaps...

    Orgauphone et Autres Mecaniques, why is this scarf not in demand???

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    Whenever I see an Hermes Orgauphone et Autres Mecaniques jacquard silk scarf by Françoise Faconnet, which was designed and issued in 1996, I am astounded at its beauty. The treble clefs woven...

    I. A. Kwumi Sefidin or I. A. Kwumi Sefedin?

    I. A. Kwumi Sefidin or I. A. Kwumi Sefedin?
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    Revision 12/17/2016: In search of  more information about the artist behind the Feux du Ciel, which I am about to list I came across this wonderful information about the artist...

    We now have Buy Buttons

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    Buy Authentic Vintage Hermes Silk Scarf Profile - Sellerie M. Guillemot 1974 Turquoise

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    The inspiration behind Hermès Silk Scarf Écuries by Hugo Grygkar

    The Musée carré

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    The Musée carré was designed by none other than Philippe Ledoux, who brought us so many beautiful vintage Hermès scarves. This scarf was first issued in 1962 and pays homage...

    Le Pont Neuf à Paris Hermès carré

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    Le Pont Neuf à Paris Hermès carré Le Pont Neuf à Paris Hermès carré by Philippe Ledoux from 1964 simply captivates me.  I am immediately carried off to Paris…among the people, the carriages,...

    The Ever So Lovely ETRIERS by Françoise de la Perrière for Hermès

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      The Etriers was designed by Françoise de la Perrière for the Maison Hermès and first issued in 1964. Once again, we find Emile Hermès’ Collection as the inspiration for...

    An interesting and fun way to wear your Hermes Shawl or Maxi Twilly

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    The other day a friend came by and when I showed her one of the Opera scarves I currently have for sale in the store, she showed me a great...

    Inspiration behind Les Tambours

    Inspiration behind Les Tambours
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    I have to admit that I have searched high and low and have unfortunately, not come up with much regarding the inspiration behind this scarf, that the name itself would...

    As promised...

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    here is what inspired Plaques à Sabler, which was designed by Hugo Grygkar and first issued in 1956.  I have seen the issue date being stated as 1948 on other...

    La Réale – Vue du Carrosse de la Galère, the ship that inspired this famous Hermès carre by Hugo Grygkar

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    The carre La Réale– Vue du Carrosse de la Galère by Hugo Grygkar (1953) was inspired by one of the models part of a collection of the Musée National de...

    Harnais A l'Anglais - the "English Harness" The story behind the Scarf

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    Harnais A l'Anglais - the "English Harness" pays tribute not just as the name suggests to the English harness, but the English tradition of horsemanship as a whole, which had...

    Cadre Noir

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    Read more about the Cadre Noir and the Inspiration behind this RARE scarf

    Customer review

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    This is what one customers has to say about us: I have had the pleasure of working with Carre de Paris selling my scarves. It has been a fantastic experience....

    We are now on PINTEREST

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    Come and check us out on Pinterest @ https://www.pinterest.com/carredepari1130/

    Donner La Main, An Hermes Scarf with a Message

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    Donner la Main (Giving your Hand) was designed by Karen Petrossian in 2002 and features women and men holding hands. In 2008 the Maison Hermes teamed up with FIDH (International...

    Philippe Ledoux – The Other Hermes Legend

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    Like Hugo Grygkar, Philippe Ledoux, can be argued, has left a huge impact on the Maison Hermès, in particular the Hermès Carré. Some of the most collected Hermes carrés, such...

    Comment from Jacqueline in response to my post on Hugo Grygkar

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    heureuse de trouver ce texte en hommage à ton père, mon oncle et parrain…nous ne vous oublions pas, ni lui…Jacqueline I was present for many of his scarves, watching him...

    Les Tuileries by Joachim Metz for the Maison Hermes

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    Here is one of my all time favorite Hermes scarves, Les Tuileries by Joachim Metz, named after the famous Parisian Gardens leading up to the Louvre. Last time I was...

    Poste et Cavalerie, the Ispiration behind the Scarf

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    Joachim Metz designed and the Maison Hermès first issued the Poste et Cavalerie, or Post and Cavalry, in 1987.  The theme for this scarf is centered around the Sabretache (saber...

    Hugo Grygkar, the Father of the Carré Hermès

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    The idea of ​​a carré, to print exclusive designs on a square piece of silk came about in the 1930s.  At that time Robert Dumas, son of Emile, then president...

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