Hermes Losange Size Guide

Hermes Losange Size Guide

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Losange means diamond in French. When the word applied on Hermes scarf, it means scarf in rhombus or diamond shape. There are Losange Medium, Slim and Large that we can effortlessly styled together with either casual or formal outfits. Various… Continue Reading…

Hermes Maxi-Twilly Cut, Maxi-Twilly Slim, Twillon, Twilly

Hermes Maxi-Twilly, Twillon and Twilly Size Guide

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The Twilly family comes in four sizes, namely Maxi-Twilly Cut, Maxi-Twilly Slim, Twillon and Twilly. See Hermes Twilly size guide below. Twilly and Twillon are wide and narrow ribbons in different lengths. There are many ways to wear them –… Continue Reading…

Hermes Stole and Muffler Size Guide

Hermes Stole and Muffler Size Guide

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Hermes stole and muffler come in various rectangular sizes. On Hermes website, the term muffler is used on products that are narrower in width. And stole is used on products that are wider. See Hermes stole and muffler size guide… Continue Reading…

Hermes Square Scarf

Hermes Square Scarf Size Guide

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As the name suggests, Hermes square scarf is in perfect square. Eleven dimensions available are 20cm, 42cm (handkerchief), 45cm (scarf/Pocket Square), 55cm, 65cm, 70cm, 90cm, 100cm, 140cm including round-shape scarf and love-shape Pocket Square, see Hermes square scarf size guide… Continue Reading…

Hermes Scarf and Twilly Size Guide

Hermes Scarf, Twilly and Stole Size Guide

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I thought it would be a short post. I thought I could combine everything into one post. However, during my work in progress, I slowly realised that it will not be short as I have predicted. I have to split… Continue Reading…

The International Groups of Luxury Fashion Brands - Kering Headquarter

The International Groups of Luxury Fashion Brands

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LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton), Kering and Richemont are three renowned international groups that (partially) own many luxury fashion, cosmetics, watch, jewelry and yacht brands. I will not be covering every single brand they own because each of them are… Continue Reading…

The Luxury Fashion Abbreviations and Acronyms

The Luxury Fashion Abbreviations and Acronyms

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A GST can mean Goods and Services Tax instead of Grand Shopping Tote for a non-Chanel fan. Similarly, GP can mean gross profit for a person with financial background instead of Hermes Garden Party. For those who just started to… Continue Reading…

Hermes 90cm Silk Scarf Cowboy

Hermes 90cm Silk Scarf Cowboy

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Hermes 90cm silk scarf Cowboy knot, also known as Cow Boy on Hermes knotting card, is the extension of Hermes Cowboy Fluid knot with additional few more steps. You need at least a 90cm scarf to make this knot. Images… Continue Reading…

How to Pronounce Hermes Bags Correctly

How to Pronounce Hermes Bags Correctly?

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My blogs about learning pronunciation are not popular posts based on my website analytics report. However, I feel there is a need to learn, or at least to know, how to pronounce Hermes bags correctly to fully appreciate the brand.… Continue Reading…

Scarf Tutorial 3 Hermes Silk Scarf with Bulgari Key Chain (Little Butterfly)

Scarf Tutorial #3: Hermes Silk Scarf with Bulgari Key Chain

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In this scarf tutorial #3, we are learning to create Little Butterfly knot using Hermes silk scarf with Bulgari Key Chain. It is the variant version of the “official edition” of Petit Papillon knot on Hermes knotting card. Petit papillon… Continue Reading…

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