My First Hermes Scarf – Pelages et Camouflage by Aline Honore

Pelages et Camouflage is the first Hermes scarf I bought. I remember looking through different designs and color ways trying to choose the one which would work well with my wardrobe colors, as well as skin tone, hair and eye colors. Finally, after much deliberation, I chose this beautiful design Pelages et Camouflage in red, violet and brown designed by the famous Hermes designer Aline Honore. As it is seen on the pictures below, the design Pelages et Camouflage (translated to English as Furs and Camouflage) features a patchwork of animal skins framed by beads of pearls. It is one of many beautiful designs created by Aline Honore. I own several other scarves designed by her. All of them are absolutely stunning.

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Pelages et Camouflage worn with a white top and beige trousers.

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The same scarf worn with a burgundy top and black skinny jeans.

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Pelages et Camouflage worn with a black Wolford turtleneck.

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And what is your first Hermes scarf?

7 Comments

  1. @miss_beluga

    Hello i love your blog, mine was rêve d’escargots by Christine Henry, she’s a stunning designer <3.
    I wanted a piece with a black frame and my favorite colors orange, green …. and a more abstract design. My mother said me in Hermès don't be so picky. And this gorgeous piece was wainting for me, destiny 😉

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  2. Dear Miss_Beluga, I am so happy you visited my blog! Thank you so much for this. Rêve d’escargots by Christine Henry is absolutely stunning. She is such a true talent. When selecting my first Hermes scarf it was important to pick a design which I would like and the color way which would work with my face complexion. I am so glad that seven I still feel it was the right scarf for me to buy. As you said above, it was a destiny that brought me and this scarf together ;=)

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  3. […] Parures de Samurais was designed by the famous Aline Honore for the house of Hermes. Pelages et Camouflage, Au Coeur de la Vie, Cent Plis des Miao are some of the designs created by this talented […]

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  4. Sinead Clark

    I’ve just bought my first Hermes scarf today – Parures de Samurais (cw14). I have the bag etc. sitting on my desk and I’m just looking at it. Everything I wear is generally navy blue so this is going to work perfectly. I’m soooo excited with my new purchase and can’t wait to wear it….

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    1. Congratulations on your new scarf And what a great choice of design. Parures de Samourais is probably the prettiest design I have ever seen.

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  5. 🙂 Hello Irina,

    I purchased my first Hermès scarf in 1990, it was Cliquetis is a tomato red, gold and grey.
    Although I haven’t worn it in ages, I have it to this very day.
    Have a very HAPPY day 🙂

    I have Pelages et Camouflages in tiny – two Twillys 😀

    http://happyface313.com

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    1. It is a very pretty design, as all other designs by Aline Honore. Cliquetis is very pretty too. I regret I do not have it…

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