For exhibition only

Silk scarf

45 cm x 45 cm

  • About ""Graff Hermès Scarf 45 by Kongo" collection
    The square silk scarves of Hèrmes that were first introduced in 1937 are now the becoming the iconic item of this luxury brand. Over the past eight decades, Hèrmes has been searching for about 100 greatest contemporary artists including the famous graffiti artist Cyril Kongo to collab in creating more than 2,000 designs of this scarf. The 45cm * 45cm square silk scarves from the 2011 Graff collection of Hèrmes in collaboration with Cyril Kongo is skillfully rendered and full of life: the typography pops out in a graphic explosion, reaching a boiling point in polychrome – Hermès, like the world, is in perpetual motion. 


Cyril Kongo’s artworks is marked by his experience and his vision of life. After painting in the streets for more than 30 years and working so that graffiti can be perceived differently, this artist is now considered as a pioneer who understood how to break the codes and build something new through his contemporary and “avant-gardiste” point of view. His influences are multicultural, his level of excellence and his capacity to create new bridges between opposite worlds has forged his style and career.



Cyril Kongo has been able to associate his name with excellence, abundance and virtuosity. He comes from a marginalized environment which has been set aside of the institutionalized art industry but today this visionary artist is known internationally. His singular universe and his strong identity gave him the opportunity to collaborate with the most prestigious names of fashion such as Hermès, Chanel, Richard Mille but also with luxurious brands based on art and craftsmanship such as La Cornue, Pinel&Pinel, Atelier Victor, Daum,…