In a world teeming with large pieces, Hermès surprised us all in 2014 by turning the trend on its head and unveiling a new collection of miniature watches. Named after the street on which the Parisian brand has long stood, Faubourg is a delicate, slim,...

Cape Cod is a long and pretty peninsula surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. It is a 3382km² strip of land, dunes and beaches swept by the wind and whipped by the sea swell on the East Coast of America. But that’s not all. Cape Cod...

Designed in 1978 by the talented artist Henri d'Origny who spent over 50 years as an illustrator at Hermès, the Arceau is a classic in the Parisian brand’s watch collections. “Arceau” means “arch” in French and the curvy model certainly lives up to its name....

This 2D design technique has been around since the 16th century and was used by military mapmakers. The Parisian brand has used this very technique on one of its famous silk scarves called “Perspective Cavalière” which is closely bound to the horse riding world. The...

Let’s celebrate the launch of a new watch collection which, just like the Parisian brand, is of a rare beauty. As the name suggests, the rose gold or steel case with or without diamonds and its very open silver-tone opalescent dial with weightless typography are...

Time has become a luxury nowadays and the watch sometimes steals our freedom as we soon become a slave to the dial with our eyes glued to the hour and minute hands ticking by. That isn’t true of the Dressage L'Heure Masquée model which provides...

This is a story about love at first sight. Once upon a time, watchmaking and glassmaking collided and sparked an explosion of beauty and elegance. The Cristalleries Royales de Saint-Louis’ Millefiori technique and Hermès’ expertise in mechanics and design have come together to bring the...

The world of horse riding isn’t just a profession for Hermès; it has been a real passion since the Paris designer brand was founded in 1837. Horses feature in all the Hermès collections from its famous scarves to its equally famous leather goods. The Arceau...

Temari is a Japanese art dating back to around the 15th century which involves embroidering thread balls and decorating them with geometrical and symmetrical designs. They were initially made for children using silk scraps from kimonos which were gradually replaced by embroidery. Hermès has drawn...