Hermès, already known for their timeless silk scarves, launched their new Custom Silk Corner on May 2nd, making the iconic accessory even more of a desired piece to have in your closet collection.
Perfect for a special gift or to commemorate any special event. This service allows customers to choose one of 17 scarf designs to personalize with any of 30 different colors of silk yarn and two styles of typography. You can also choose different types of scarves from the giant 90-centimeter scarf to a “Twilly” silk ribbon. Once you select your moment and your message, whether simple initials or more detailed sentiments (prices start at $15 per letter), a local Hermès-approved embroiderer keeps turnaround time within one to two weeks.
The service is part of their recently-expanded Madison Avenue flagship store—a 2,100-square-foot space designed by Rena Dumas’ Paris-based architecture firm RDAI that comes fresh on the heels of another RDAI-designed Hermès project. A collaboration with Enzo Mari, Antonio Citterio and Dumas’ son (who’s also Hermès artistic director) Pierre-Alexis Dumas, the collaboration consisted of a pavilion cleverly constructed out of cardboard for their recent furniture collection showing at Milan.
Scarf prices vary depending on style, to see some of their classic patterns check out Hermès’ online boutique.