At FSH (Faubourg Saint-Honoré), the window displays have not changed since my previous visit, so no new outdoor pics this time. The AW2012 'Parcours d'H' carrés were on display though, and I thought them a must-have for anyone who enjoyed labyrinth games in their childhood!
Later that day, when strolling in the cour d'honneur of the Palais Royal, I was reminded twice of Hermès..the black and white striped columns of the 'Les Deux Plateaux' installation by Daniel Buren
not only resonated with the above scarves, but it was also how the artist framed the Photo souvenirs au carré scarves he created for Hermès in 2010. The installation consists of 280 marbled columns of various heights (DS very much enjoyed climbing on them when he was little) and was completed in 1985.
Not owning a 'Photo-souvenirs au carré' scarf, the next best design for the occasion seemed to be my race course scarf, the Circuit 24 Faubourg!
Capsule pieces: black jeans, shirt and coat
Shoes: black ankle boots
Accessories: Hermès 'Circuit 24 Faubourg' 90 Carré, Kelly dog bracelet in black croc and black togo Birkin, MaiTai Collection scarf fur collar in moccaScarf tying method: fold your scarf in the basic bias, and pull through all five loops of the scarf fur collar. Secure ends in an Ascot knot
Stepping out of the courtyard, the Louvre is right opposite us. The current exhibition 'Late Raphael' just opened, and shows until January 14, 2013.
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