Fashion Score: Hermes Scarves At Ina

We spent a little too much time on the Hermes website yesterday, trying to pick out a new scarf. While some may think those accessories read hopeless
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We spent a little too much time on the Hermes website yesterday, trying to pick out a new scarf. While some may think those accessories read hopeless
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We spent a little too much time on the Hermes website yesterday, trying to pick out a new scarf. While some may think those accessories read hopelessly old, we know some tricks: You can use an Hermes scarf as a belt, a headband, a collar, a sarong, or even a halter top - especially if you're on a yacht, or pretending to be. But then, we went to Ina, a really good consignment shop in Soho. That's where we found this psychedelic graffiti inspired scarf from Hermes. It was designed by painter Zoe Pauwels, as a limited issue for the 25th anniversary of the Japanese band Alfee - and they're really weird, 2 guys and a redheaded woman - in 1999. We thought the print was so uncharacteristic of the brand that we had to look twice and make sure it wasn't fake. We're obsessed with the bright colors and street-style graphics, and it might be the freshest scarf we've ever seen. Also, it was $150 - which is about half price from the scarves on sale at the Hermes boutiques... --SABRINA BACON

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