Since 1937 the Hermès silk scarf has epitomized the ultimate in French luxury style.
Created in a hand numbered limited edition of 12 pieces worldwide, this non-medical mask is upcycled/reinvented out of an authentic rare Qu'Importe le Flacon scarf designed by Catherine Baschet and first issued in 1988
Her design carries the subtitle “Qu’importe le flacon Pourvu qu' on ait L'ivresse...." or "no matter the bottle, as long as one gets intoxicated" which is a line from a poem by early 19th century, romantic period, French poet and playwright, Alfred de Musset (b.1810-d.1857) about his lover, French female writer and early feminist, Armandine Aurore Lucille Dupin (b. 1804-d.1876) who wrote under the nom de plume of George Sand.
Each limited edition style is created from a single vintage scarf and therefore each mask comes from a unique positioning on the scarf - no two are alike. Each image represents one mask from the scarf, the other masks from the same scarf will vary due to placement within the design.
Exclusively ours, sourced and altered from independently authenticated vintage scarves upcycled/reinvented to reduce consumption of Earth's scarce natural resources.
Company is not affiliated with Hermes. All scarves are independently authenticated, sourced and altered through secondary markets.
Individually hand-numbered limited edition of 12 pieces
7.5" L x 6.75" H with double pleat - fits both men and women
100% silk twill front
New & Improved black lining featuring anti-microbial, odor-preventing, quick-dry UV protection, creating a breathable barrier that remains 99.9% bacteria free
Fully adjustable fit with black elastic ear bands, cord lock beads and nose wire for a perfect fit adjustment
Made in USA of imported fabric
Each piece is unique due to print placement - let us choose for you