Introducing the next level of personalized experience in our exclusive L'Art de la Pochette™️ Home Collection.
Exclusive invitation to go behind the scenes with our founder & creative director David Altman, to co-design your one-of-a-kind pillow cover or framed art, reimagined from vintage luxury silks.
Together, David and the client hand-selected a pillow cover reverse fabric to make the client's dreams come true. Each piece is unique, one-of-a-kind, never to be repeated and designed by you.
A modern interpretation of the first Hermès scarf released in 1937, Jeu Des Omnibus et Dames Blanches by Hugo Grykar. The silk takes its inspiration from a 1800s board game from Émile Hermès’ personal collection of antiques. Its spiral composition featured well-dressed men and women at the game table, with the words above stating “a good player never loses his temper.” Surrounding them is a motif which would become a symbol of Hermès: a carriage known as “les Omnibus.” This carriage was, a player in the game, which was inspired by two competitor transport companies between Bastille and Madeleine.
The charming size is perfect for anywhere in your home. Great as a single piece or in a collection, they're sure to turn heads, spark conversation and garner envy.
100% silk Hermès Jeu des Omnibus et Dames Blanche scarf
Sweet detail of an Hermès ribbon
Pillow cover is approximately 17" square with a crimson red linen blend reverse fabric and cotton inner-lining for durability
Behind the scenes design experience will give exclusive access to our family-owned ateliers from your own location via FaceTime
Exclusively ours, all items are sourced and altered from independently authenticated secondary market sources to preserve their beauty while reducing waste and its impact on the planet.
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