My Vintage Hermès Napoleon Scarf

Today I would like to share with you some pictures of my gorgeous Hermes Napoleon scarf, which I was lucky to find at http://www.its-all-goode.com

This beautiful scarf was designed by the famous Philippe Ledoux and reissued a number of times due to its enormous popularity.

It is a bee jacquard scarf paying homage to Napoleon Bonaparte. Most people are enthralled by the extraordinary level of detail in this famous scarf.

The four medallions in the corners of the scarf, beautifully framed by a laurel wreath, represent the two most significant dates during the Napoleonic age – his coronation on December 2, 1804 and his death on May 5, 1821.

It is such a unique and beautiful Hermes scarf.

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2 Comments

  1. The colours are really great on you. I especially like the way you wear it in the last picture, although you do a great job channelling Napoleon as well.. 🙂 Good find! You will have it forever.

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    1. Thank you, dear! This color way is truly amazing! I have never expected these subtle colors would suit my face complexion that well. It is such a lovely addition to my scarf collection! Have a great day!

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