S ince 1977, Leila Menchari has been responsible for concocting the famous window displays for the Maison Hermès, 24 rue du Faubourg Saint Honore in Paris , as well as designing some of its most iconic scarves. She was born into a family of wealthy landowners by the sea near Hammamet in Tunisia…
Trendland favorite collage artist, Damien Blottière and Pierre Hardy designer of Hermes haute bijouterie and editor of this series partnered with French magazine Les Echos on this sumptuous editorial. They played with exceptional jewelry pieces such as Centaur ring, white and rose gold, 104 carats Aventurine ring and Diamond for some sensual and surreal compositions.
A while ago we introduced you to the work of art director/set designer Sarah Illenberger. Inspired by worldwide Parade, her latest project for Hermes is entitled ‘Le Parade’. Illenberger’s created these beautiful window displays entirely made out of paper and Hermes boxes for Hermes Berlin store.
A bastion of French luxury given a modern twist: Nick Knight‘s Autumn/Winter 2011 campaign for Hermès reinterprets the artisan tradition and hand-craft synonymous with Hermès for the twenty-first century. The vibrant fashion film takes on a painterly quality with beautiful movement from Alana Zimmer and Isaac Carew. The overlayed brush strokes mimicking the fall colors [...]
Written by Guest Blogger Katherine Roettger Not your Grandmother’s Silk Scarf On May 2, 2011 Hermes introduced the world to their freshly renovated Madison Ave. flagship store by unveiling an entire new floor (designed by Parisian architectural firm RDAI), which adds 2,100 square feet to the shop. Filling the space will be the classic Hermes [...]
French illustrator Aurore de La Morinerie is working for many prestigious fashion houses like Hermès and Issey Miyake, using mostly watercolor, ink and wash painting, her style is simple yet sophisticated, I love every single of her drawings.
What a pleasant and interesting surprise was it for me to discover that Hermes just debuted their Home section at Milan’s Furniture Fair. Hermès’ creative director Pierre-Alexis Dumas has called architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, who also designed Centre Pompidou in Metz to design the Hermès Pavillion. The striking exhibition space made out [...]
Prop stylist Kate Insley recently made these crates for Hermes by dismantling their signature packaging boxes. She rebuilt Hermes box into a crate for an event Hermes held in Cornwall for buyers and loyal customers. I love the idea, and the execution looks absolutely perfect.
Although Kevin Mackintosh left Africa 15 years ago for the United Kingdom (he now lives and works between London, New York and Paris), the oldest continent continues to resonate through his work. Whether it’s fashion editorial or still life, his work is always very dynamic and captivating. Having shoot for the likes of L’uomo Vogue, [...]
Very talented British handcraft artist/prop stylist Kyle Bean can do anything you want with cardboard, paper or matchstick. Currently working freelance, he has been involved in projects for a variety of clients including a viral animation for the BBC, editorial illustrations for the NY Times Magazine and window displays for Selfridges, Liberty and Hermes.
Hermès is really concentrating on their viral communication right now. After their ‘J’aime mon Carre’ they keep on trying, by all means to reach internet users. By launching lesailes.hermes.com, an interactive microsite featuring their products related to different themes including video, cool animation, downloadable screensavers and more. My favorite is definitely the Finger skate video [...]