Hooked on scarves? Then whizz on over to historic London fashion emporium Liberty for a six-week taste of Hermès beauties – and for boys, tie-heaven.
Fashion addicts rejoice! Open from Monday 7 September to Sunday 18 October in Liberty's scarf room, Hermès' super-stylish 'ephemeral' store will showcase the divine a/w collection of silk Hermès scarves and ties during its six-week run.
In this oversized dressing-up-box-style space, stylists will be available to show you the many different ways of wearing Hermès scarves in scarf-tying workshops, with photographers on hand to record your look, and there will be ultra-glam catwalk shows on three Thursday evenings, as well as a monogramming service for people wanting to initial their must-haves.
Each traditionally made Hermès scarf can take up to 18 months to perfect, from design conception to hand-finishing, making each one a work of art.
No wonder they are such a hit with Hollywood celebrities like Victoria Beckham.
To mark the collaboration, Bali Barret, creative director of Hermès Silk, has designed an exclusive limited-edition range of scarves and ties, using Liberty's famous Tana Lawn cottons.
Available in two sizes and in six micro-floral prints, each screen-printed with the iconic 'Ex Libris' Hermès design, the scarves are set to be a fashionista's fave.
Oh, it all sounds to-tie-for... Right, we're sold - taxi!
To find out more, visit liberty.co.uk
By Paula Rodney