Update 12/07/18: Hermès scarves Autumn/Winter 2018

I am not supposed to be buying any more Hermès scarves as I have been put on a ban! Despite that, I have been following the relevant thread on The Purse Forum – Hermès Fall/Winter 18 scarves – and thinking about what I would buy if I could….

At first, I didn’t really like any of the designs that were appearing online and none of the colourways appealed to me. But slowly, I have come around to this 90cm silk twill about the famous Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The scarf shows a particular scene from the play and is designed to display the actual performance with the scenery and lighting.

IF I could afford it, this would be my colourway: #06 in navy, orange and blue. The colours in real life are much nicer than in these images from the website. Have a look on the thread from The Purse Forum that I have linked above to see gorgeous modelling shots and also all of the other scarves on offer for the coming season.

Acte III, Scene I, La Clairiere - Edouard Baribeaud - Hermès

Acte III, Scene I, La Clairiere – Edouard Baribeaud – Hermès

Here is a little video about the designer, Edouard Baribeaud:

Oh well, I already have so many lovely scarves to play with 😉.

Best wishes,


About The Librain

Retired School Librarian
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2 Responses to Update 12/07/18: Hermès scarves Autumn/Winter 2018

  1. Michele says:

    I just came across your site and I so enjoyed this post, especially the video showing the artist of this magnificent scarf. I just ordered my first ever Hermes scarf today!


    • The Librain says:

      Thank you so much for your comment. I hope you are happy with your first H scarf! I only intended to get one… Best wishes, Anne x


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