The scarf is a sensitive garment.
These few grams of fabric say a lot about the personality of the person who wears them.
Spring is one of his favorite seasons.
The scarf is a gentle rampart against the last frosts.
Especially since its cousin, the tie, tends to fade.
Is it not to replace it that King Edward VII, modernizing the principle of the French lavallière, will adopt it to attend the races?
From the middle of the 19th century, gentlemen fell in love with it.
To spice up formal outfits, they choose various patterns.
Hermès, a specialist in the subject since 1837, has never hesitated to decline figurative interpretations as abstract and to plead for the imagination, including in the way of draping it, rolling it up, tying it, or letting it hang. nonchalantly.
Each manner can correspond to a tribe as much as to a mood.
Because the wearing of the headscarf is very little codified.
At Charvet, Anne-Marie Colban relies on…
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