The Hermès Twilly silk scarf is a thing of great versatility: it can be wrapped around your head, tacked on to a handbag or, most famously, worn as a bow. Tutorials on how best to construct the playful Twilly bow are rampant on social media – that dynamic domain reigned over by stylish young women. It is to them that the house’s latest fragrance Twilly d’Hermès, by perfumer Christine Nagel, is dedicated. The scent is a twist of three ingredients: ginger, tuberose and sandalwood – an unusual combination, perhaps, but one that’s meant to reflect the free, cheerful and whimsical traits of youth. The colourful packaging comes expertly knotted like a scarf around the Twilly d’Hermès bottle, with a ribbon-tie of silk encircling the cap. Geneva-born perfume creator Nagel, who joined Hermès in 2014, is the nose behind such distinctive feminine fragrances as Galop d’Hermès and Eau des Merveilles Bleue for Hermès; plus Miss Dior Cherie, Dolce & Gabbana The One for Woman, Eau de Cartier, Chopard Madness and Versace Woman. Twilly d’Hermès is now available in-store and costs up to Dh565 for 85ml.