Scarves have long been a cornerstone of Hermès, and in recent years, the company has launched activations around the product, known as carré in French.
The latest is Hermès Carré Club, a showcase of the brand’s creativity and artistic expression as it relates to scarves. A pop-up at 459 West 14th Street in Manhattan opens to the public today and operates through Sunday. Carré Club’s next U.S. stop will be Los Angeles from Nov. 8 to 11. The activation also will open this month in Toronto and Singapore and travel to Milan in November.
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