Yohji Yamamoto design for Le Meurice represents also a great event to mark the 180th anniversary of the first luxury hotel in Paris. In order to celebrate such a great occasion, Yohji Yamamoto has designed an exclusive pattern on a Japanese silk scarf. The limited edition line contains 30 scarves wearing the Yohji Yamamoto design for Le Meurice and incorporates the essence of the hotel but also the passion for arts and culture. Considered to be a real masterpiece, the Yohji Yamamoto design for Le Meurice comprises the hotel’s philosophy through a blend of ‘Meurice’ green, the signature that overlooks the Tuileries Garden, and warm tones of the magnificent ceiling mural in Restaurant Le Dalí hand-painted by Ara Starck. Developed by Yamamoto’s extraordinary imagination, the Yohji Yamamoto design for Le Meurice draws inspiration from the world of Salvador Dalí.
This special, limited-edition scarf is very easy to wear and is the perfect match for any look, whether paired with stiletto heels or espadrilles it will always place you in the centre of attention. This new collaboration comes with important reinforcements for Le Meurice which has a strong embodiment of philosophy by cultivating close ties with artisans. Yohji Yamamoto design for Le Meurice continues this commitment to contemporary creations. For those who are interested to buy such a unique masterpiece, Le Meurice Hotel in Paris can offer them this opportunity at the price of €450 ( 510 $ ) per scarf (90cm x 90cm).