Chris Benz is an American designer whose bold, exuberant collections convey a sense of history and progress--with an unabashed use of color and texture, and a deft use of prints. The designer is also acclaimed for his subversion of traditional design codes and techniques. His witty and distinctive point of view, which has been described as “perfect imperfection,” is designed to be accessible without sacrificing personality, and to reflect the dialogue between style and real life.
Hermès Donner la Main scarf features circles of
people from around the world joining hands. Designed by Karen Petrossian in 2002. Care tag attached. Presented in an orange Hermès gift box with ribbon. Faint stains.
Hermès Axis Mundi pleated scarf depicts a large
tree surrounded by colorful decorations in the navy blue colorway. Designed by Christine Henry in 1999. Care tag attached. Presented in its original round orange Hermès gift box with a booklet illustrating ...
Hermès Belles du Mexique scarf depicts a bird's-eye
view of twirling Mexican dancers in brightly colored skirts. Here, in a gorgeous scarlet colorway with every rich saturated shade in the paint box. Designed by Virginie Jamin in 20007. Care tag ...