Purveyors of the French fancy, Hermes
have a new plan to raise money for hurricane relief. They are selling a New Orleans scarf to raise money for rebuilding
the Big Easy. The pattern was originally created in 1996 to celebrate the birth of jazz. The pattern comes in three
colors, black, blue and orange and includes pictures of New Orleans jazz musicians. The scarf costs $320 and 10% of the
proceeds will benefit City Park
, a recreational area in New Orleans.
[via Fashion Week