Les Tuileries Scarf by Joachim Metz

Hermes Les Tuileries scarf is another favorite scarf of mine in white, emerald green and gold. It was designed by Joachim Metz in 1990 and reissued in 1996. Named after the famous Tuileries Gardens in Paris, this beautiful design features Mercury riding a winged horse in the center with swirling gold detailing of ropes and tassels.

Les Tuileries is a stunning piece, which ties like a dream. Below I invite you to see some beautiful looks I created using my Les Tuileries scarf.

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4 Comments

  1. miss_beluga

    Dear Irina, i think from your vintage collection (growing) this is the one 😍.
    I adore this bright and luminous emerald green and the gold.
    It’s suit you so well, for me it’s the perfect exemple from a classic design in trend for modern women. En français un intemporel !!!
    Xoxoxo

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    1. Thank you, dear Muriel, for your lovely comment! The vintage scarves are truly addicting. Have a lovely weekend! xoxoxo

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  2. you wear your scarves in a perfekt way. I love every photo.

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  3. Thank you for your comment! I am so glad to know you liked my pictures. Have a lovely day

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