Limited Edition Hermes Scarves Inspired By Polaroids
Luxury brand collaborates with photographer to create unique and colorful fashion pieces.
Fashion house Hermes has revealed a series of limited edition scarves designed by Japanese photographer, Hiroshi Sugimoto. Sugimoto’s vibrant and colorful photos are created by using a Polaroid camera to take long-exposure shots of cinema screens, light passing through a prism, or extreme close-ups of a color.
Hermes selected 20 of Sugimoto’s Polaroids and printed them on silk scarves using ink jet printing. The collaboration between the luxury brand and Sugimoto is part of the Hermes Editeur series. Each scarf will retail for around $8,860.
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