In one hundred percent silk jersey, almost sheer with stretch, Hermès' Arcs en Ciel Scarf is spot on! Brand new and never worn, it was designed by Julia Abadie in black, orange, and gray. Filled with arrows, bows, and fletches in the corners. Of course, I didn't know what they were called, I just looked it up. I thought the feathered part was called feathers!
|Measurements/Size:||39" x 39"|
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