It’s been a long time since my last post and I am sorry for the wait. Even if I am not very active here on the blog, I try to update my Instagram page more regularly. If you haven’t visited it yet, I invite you to do it. You can find my Instagram account by clicking here.
As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, I bought two scarves during my latest trip to London. The first one is Into the Canadian Wild, which I have already shown to you. The second one is Jardin a Sintra by Annie Faivre. I have chosen cw 02 in beautiful green/bordeaux/petrol, which in my opinion is the perfect choice for the autumn season.
According to information on www.hermes.com, this design has been inspired by the gardens of Sintra in Portugal. The town of Sintra, situated on the Atlantic coast, just twenty kilometres from Lisbon, and is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage “Cultural landscape” in 1995. Near the town’s historic centre, the palace and park of Monserrate add their astonishing beauty. Inspired by Gothic, Indian and Moorish art and nestled in luxuriant grounds, this fantasy of stone and trees was acquired by a British textile magnate in the second half of the nineteenth century. Species brought here from the four corners of the globe thrive in the gentle climate. Organised by origin, they create a haven of unrivalled tranquillity. Designer Annie Faivre was dazzled by the site’s beauty: her carré is designed to evoke the luxuriant, romantic park populated with palms, cacti, banana trees, eucalyptus, wisteria, holly, tree ferns, cork oaks and agaves.
I am very happy to share some pictures of the scarf and the looks I created with it. I hope you like the pictures.
Have a lovely weekend everyone!