Hermes Fall/Winter 2011 and below Vintage Hermes from Nina Polli Vintage. Amazing how quality never goes out of fashion!
The white leather Hermes cuffs are so elegant and beautiful and I love the wide brim hat. Below is the most gorgeous vintage Hermes scarf from Nina Polli Vintage, the colours perfect for the forthcoming spring season, simple and elegant.
Anastasia Barbieri, is one of the those stylists that you suddenly realise is responsible for many of your favourite editorials without ever knowing it. I adore the whimsical look and faded colours of this beautiful 20 page editorial in November 2010 Paris Vogue. Photographer Mikael Jansson.
Below are a couple of scarves from Nina Polli Vintage Shop, which would not look out of place on this shoot, by Hermes and Jaeger respectively!
I found an amazing Liberty of London silk scarf, with a beautiful bird print on a champagne beige background, have a look below! You can see more of this scarf at Nina Polli Vintage shop. It really inspired me to look at these amazing Japanese bird and insect prints. I love faded colours, very elegant…
So you can’t look anywhere this season without seeing beige/tan/camel… call it what you like. Above is exquisite examples from Christian Dior and Valentino Fall 2010. Here is the most perfect accessory for the age of beige, a beautiful never worn Hermes scarf, with gorgeous blue autumnal leaf print. Available at Nina Polli Vintage Shop.
So this is Little House on the Prairie (one of my all time favourite shows) versus images from the fabulous Sartorialist. I love everything about these flowery print dresses and whimsical looks. This little cotton Givenchy scarf from the shop, would look perfect on the heads of any of these young ladies! Nina Polli Vintage Shop
Too many shops are sporting their autumn clothes and its still July! I celebrate summer by presenting these amazing Damien Hirst art works, alongside a lovely Vintage Hermes scarf, called “Farandole” from Nina Polli Vintage Shop. Enjoy the sun and butterflies!
Inspired by these beautiful Japanese woodblock prints, I found an amazing Givenchy, 100% silk scarf, with hand rolled edges. I love the design, much simpler and almost tribal compared to The Japanese prints, but I love how the theme is so similar… women with parasol under a tree…
This one could be yours… click here x
Apparently, according to this weeks Grazia, a ‘new’ trend is born. Headscarves! Bali Barret, art director of Hermès’ silks stated: “The headscarf is intimate, personal, an accessory you have a relationship with, in the way a woman doesn’t even have with a pair of shoes. It’s very feminine, textural, carries your fragrance, allows you to wear colours and patterns that you might not dream of wearing in your clothes. Its association with style icons makes it almost mythical.”
Here are some of my favourite Hermes scarves that have been in the shop recently:
Always new scarves coming… have a look here! Love Nina x