Colette in Paris, Liberty of London and... Le Louvre, Melbourne? Following collaborations with some of the world's leading fashion stores, Bali Barret, the deputy artistic director of women's collections at Hermes, has created a unique scarf as an homage to Lillian Wightman, the founder of Le Louvre. Having launched the upmarket store in Melbourne in 1923, Ms Wightman remains known as a fashion matriarch in Australian fashion, and it remains a stockist of such covetable labels as Azzedine Alaia, Celine, Givenchy, Mary Katrantzou and Stephen Jones. The scarf, which will be unveiled at Hermes' first Australian pop-up store at Le Louvre (November 2 till 14, 2012), features the ocelot pattern synonymous with Le Louvre on the brand's fine silk.