Editor's Note: Today I am wearing skirt and top by Banana Republic and sandals by Vince Camuto.
I have been in love with Hermes and their products since the 70's. I think I bought my first scarf in the early 80's with money I scrolled away with my salary from Bloomingdales. I was thrilled when Hermes came out with a line of fabric. It touched my world and my work life. As you could expected the line is incredibly beautiful and ultra classy. My son Harrison wanted to take a detour from the airport to Fort Worth on Friday in pursuit to buy ties for his roommates at LSU. I was impressed at his choice of the Hermes ties for the present for his roommates. I bought him one while we were there which he proudly wore to Riley's graduation from TCU. Here is a look at some of the fabrics in the new line by Hermes shown at George Cameron Nash in the Design District.
Beautiful display in George Cameron Nash entry!
Here are some of the beautiful wallpapers in the line.
This fabric is called Tissu Convertures er Tenues de Jour and is so true to the equestian theme of Hermes.
Tissu Fil d'argent is the name of this fabulous fabric. It utilizies the buckles that Hermes includes in their line.
This is entilted Tissu Croquis de Tigre. I love the bold tigers!
This fabric is Tissu Beloved India Imprime. This would make the most incredible sofa or drapery!
This fun fabric is Tissu Jungle Life Imprime. This exotic bird print is stunning!
The tag was missing on this fabric but isn't it gorgeous?
Harrison sporting his new Hermes tie on Graduation day for Riley.
Last night for dinner I had an oriental salad with southwest marinated chicken from Central Market and jalapeno sausage.
I cooked the chicken and sausage on 375 for 25 minutes. Delicious!
This song was Phatom of the Opera always sends chills down my spine!