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Since its debut in 1937, the Hermès silk scarf—known in French as the carré, or “square”—has been as persuasive and endearing a symbol of luxury as anything Paris has produced.
The Fruits of Labour project aimed at ‘positioning Hermès products as the seeds and hearts of myriad summer fruits and vegetables, while highlighting Hermès craftsmanship and unique design’.
Hermès presented, at the 2014 Milan International Furniture Fair that just finished, a special "Home Universe" installation to showcase the new lighting collections.
For the first part of our series Hermès Objets SS14 we present Les bijoux. The classic Hermès styles are revisited in enamel, horn and silver. The colour palette ranges within emerald green,
Rei Kawakubo, the genius behind Comme des Garcons draw inspiration from the archives of Hermes and created a collection of six scarves, naming the collaboration COMME des CARRES. Each design, reworked by Kawakubo has been released by Hermes in a limited number of 200 scarves.
The Hermés Petit h project is inspired by the childhood memories of Pascal Mussard, co-artistic director of the company and great-great-great granddaughter of Thierry Hermes, founder of the prestigious fashion house.
The Marq on Paterson Hill, Singapore, is a luxury apartment building in a highly desirable area of Singapore. What sets it apart however, from other similar apartment buildings is a unique project concerning the interior design of its spacious apartments of up to 6.200 sq.feet.
Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk - known for her product designs and collaborations with big name brands and Joost van Bleiswijk - was asked to create a series of displays for luxury brand Hermès. Given carte blanche within the theme ‘the gift of time’, Van Eijk has created five designs which each tell a story.
Window displays designed for the re-opening of the just-renovated Hermès boutiques in Sogo Yokohama and Takashimaya Tokyo department stores. If you look closely at tools placed between the trees, you notice that...
Hermès has thrown open its doors and invited the designers Enzo Mari, Antonio Citterio and the RDAI studio (Rena Dumas Architecture Intérieure) to chart a new page in its history in the domain of furniture.