So on top of being gorgeous (which is not always the case despite their name, trust me), Hermes scarves also has a fun factor of background context. Someone had identified the buildings in Les Edifices de Paris, but I couldn't find anything on this one. So I went the long route and actually looked up individual Parisian bridges. This scarf was designed in 1953, so yes, that means there are now dozens more bridges that would pop up on the search for "famous bridges in Paris." And I almost overlooked one because it was reconstructed.
In order from top down:
Pont au Change or Saint-Michel; they both have the same Napoleon signage
Pont de l'Alma – this one was hard to identify because it was reconstructed and they only kept one statue
Pont Des Invalides