How to Fold an Hermès Scarf into a Waist Bag

WERBUNG durch Namensnennung für eine Waist Bag . It all began with an invitation to an Hermès scarf tying event in Vienna: Leichtes Sommergepaeck mit den Carrés von Hermès  which translates into something like "Light summer packing with Hermès scarves". I love these kind of events, because there is always something new to learn. Being the silk ...

Share Your World – March 12, 2018

If a distant uncle dies and you were always his favorite and leaves you $ 50,000 (any currency) in his will, what would you do? / Wenn Ihnen ein entfernter Onkel, dessen Liebling Sie waren € 50.000 (egal welche Währung) hinterlassen würde, was würden Sie damit machen? . Wow, that would come as a very nice surprise! ...

Colorful Fall with Hermès Le Carnaval de Venise

A few days ago the clocks have been adjusted backward to winter time. From now on the sun sets earlier every day. So many of us leave and return home in the dark. November is normally rather gray and bland month, which is why I think it's the right time for an extra pop of ...

WPC – Repurpose Hermès and other scarves

. This week's photo challenge topic is repurpose. Some people wonder why others buy scarves. Often they will only make the connection with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. who sports them all the time. Mainly, when not on an official mission. More to be seen here. A scarf used to be old fashioned and it appears to ...

Share Your World – 2016 Week 46

. I actually liked joining Cee's Share Your World challenge a few weeks ago, so here I go again. Mir hat die Teilnahme an Cee's Share Your World (Teile Deine Welt) Challenge vor ein paar Wochen Spaß gebracht. Deshalb bin ich wieder dabei. . Greetings from Cologne, Santa Monica and Hamburg . Are you a traveler or a homebody? Is ...

How I Wear My: Neckerchief

. How I Wear My: Neckerchief is this month’s topic Jill of Everything Just So and Adrienne of The Rich Life in Wine Country have invited us to join. First I had to think what exactly they meant with a “neckerchief”. Reminds me of handkerchief and that is rather small, especially since Jill told us that “it ...