Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Hermès autumn/winter 2012 scarves - part two

Part two of: How do the new autumn/winter scarves look like when folded?

A few more fall collection scarves arrived, so here they are, included into my origami arts and craft project. Hope you'll enjoy the various perspectives!

Mécanique du Temps
 
Mécanique du Temps in CW15

Cannes

Cannes in CW30

Astrologie Nouvelle

Astrologie Nouvelle in CW08

La Rose des Vents
 
La Rose des Vents in CW16

from left to right: Mécanique du Temps, La Rose des Vents, Cannes and Astrologie Nouvelles

18 comments:

  1. Wow, you are really genius! They are so helpful ! Thank you so much!

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    1. Thank you Iris J, so nice to hear these were useful.

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  2. Well done! You've given a new perspective on carres that I wouldn't normally consider! Merci beaucoup MT!

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    1. Thank you, cewek. Have fun pondering and deciding :)

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  3. Really innovative idea, thank you Mai Tai! The one with the emerald colour is calling to me.

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  4. Many thanks Tabitha! Hope you are enjoying a wonderful remaining holiday.

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  5. Thank you so much. This is so helpful as I don't live near an Hermes store and shopping on-line can be difficult. The paper scarves look so pretty!

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    1. It's fun to have the paper scarves, I have them on my desk and can't stop playing with them!

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  6. I love your paper scarves dear MaiTai! They are such a cute size too. You could create your own carre en carre (excuse the spelling)!

    I have to say I love all the designs, and folding them in the bias is such a good idea and really shows how the designs will look while you are wearing them. Looking forward to seeing which one you buy!

    Have a lovely week,

    Melusine x

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    1. Oh what a wonderful idea, my dear Melusine! I did not cross my mind to slice and splice them, what a fun project (as long as one keeps to the paper versions only, lol)! I agree with you on this collection, it will be hard to chose! Have a wonderful weekend x

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  7. Hi Maitai! When I first opened your blog on my telephone, I thought these were cute little Origami birds! LOL! I love the paper scarf idea. It's genius and so are you. Which scarf is your pick and which colorway so far? Inquiring minds want to know :)

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    1. Thank you, dear Sherry! Re the designs, I actually like quite a few of them, the Laboratoire and Parures in the CW of the origami scarves, but also Coup de Fouet, Mécanique du Temps and Cannes! Oh, and L'Instruction du Roy too.. re colors, will wait to see them all coming in, and hopefully try as many as possible at the boutique. Will keep you posted! PS. Have you got a favorite yet?

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  8. Many thanks again MaiTai, another wonderfull instalment now which to chose, have a lovely week-end

    ladyjane963

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    1. So happy you enjoyed part II too! Have a wonderful Sunday :)

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  9. Thanks for these too , I'm fasninated to know which will end up in your collection MaiTai...
    If I had to chose for you it would be Parure des Maharajas.
    I think it's beautiful and will suit a serene lady with smooth hair .
    That rules me out as my hair is wavy and often sticks out despite lavish use of products ! Very detailed scarves look busy on me , whereas you shine in them . Example of this is Fleurs Indiennes ...

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    1. Oh my dear Estrella, it so lovely to share the excitement with you! You know me well, the Parures was love at first sight, can't wait to see and try it. It will also come out as a CSGM, which is very tempting too.. But as so often, something completely unexpected might be 'the one' in the end!

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  10. MaiTai, this is so smart! It actually gives better idea than the H web. Thank you for the post!

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. So nice to hear the post was useful :)

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