Based on the design of the Les Cles scarf
From the golden key that the Lords of the Council of State presented to the governor of the Low Countries under the name Charles III, to the key that opened the doors of Notre-Dame, all forty-seven keys illustrated on this scarf are authentic. In the center we find an Hermes Museum purse embroidered with key motifs. Silk cords and tassels imitate the loops and arabesques of the keys. The complexity of the web (the bottom part, designed to turn in the lock) makes us wonder what room, piece of furniture or drawer they open; what secrets they so gracefully protect. The scarf is a tribute to the goldsmiths who worked on these beautiful pieces.