“An essential accessory to luxury lifestyles…has symbolized twentieth century beauty wealth and fantasy since its creation in 1937” (Coolhunting)
“You can almost feel the cool, smooth squares of silk flowing through your fingers as you turn the pages of Nadine Coleno’s chic coffee table tribute to Hermès. You can’t help but pick your favorites” (Veranda)
“A must-have for any fashionista’s bookshelf…filled with page after page of gorgeous photographs” (Hamptons)
“This glossy tome grants access to seven decades of Hermès styles…and the imaginative women who loved them” (Phoenix)
“A must have for Hermes devotees, collectors, and those in pursuit of iconic fashion.” (Vanity Fair)
Nadine Coleno is a French author and editor whose books include works on fashion, jewelry, contemporary art, and architecture.
EVERYONE who collects Hermes scarves or has a general interest in fashion should own this book. Whilst not a complete catalogue of every design, it offers a wonderful glimpse into... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David T.
If you are a fan of things Hermes, this book will be of interest to you. It's also a very attractive coffee table book.Published 5 months ago by Chocolate Rules
This is a great quality book. Heavy and sturdy feeling. It has the stitched binding, not glue. I could not be happier! Read morePublished 15 months ago by ibuytoomuchstuff
So many art pieces to admire...
I love Hermes actually, so I could be biased, but the book itself is wonderful as well and I spend hours admiring the details of scarfs (there... Read more
This book is beautiful. It has so many photos of the scarves and includes the designers names, and the release dates.Published 19 months ago by Christopher Wrobleski
It Had all the information I needed. Was illustrated with color process and history of designers a perfect gift for a friend who collects Hermes. Quality and art Design.Published 21 months ago by nana robinson
This book was such a fun book to look thru! All the scarves are beautifully displayed and explained. Loved this book!Published on May 20, 2013 by theresa sinacola