Hermes GM The Savana Dance mousseline scarf, designed by the collective Ardmore and issued in 2017, is the first collaboration between the Ardmore, a collective of Zulu, Zimbabwean and Sotho artisan potters in South Africa, and Hermes. The piece focuses on the velvet monkey (which represents intelligence and wit) facing the predatory leopard (which symbolizes royalty) while Giant King Protea, South Africa's national flower, which blooms amidst the confrontation. The scene is framed by amazumpa motifs, used in Zulu pottery.
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