Rei Kawakubo To Collaborate with Hermès | SENATUS
Rei Kawakubo To Collaborate with Hermès
By SENATUS News | 27 November 2012
Creative director for Comme des Garcons, Rei Kawakubo will collaborate with Hermès on a limited collection of silk carré scarves. Produced under the Comme des Carrés name and the limited collection will include a “Noir et Blanc” set of 5 scarves in abstract patterns and monochromatic tones available at Comme des Garçons stores in Tokyo, New York and Paris as well as the “Couleur” set of 6 brightly coloured ones which will be available at the Tokyo and London Dover Street Markets. Both will be on sale come February 2013.
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