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Rose Hermès: The maison’s new beauty chapter is a celebration of pink in all of its shades

Tradition and innovation laced with characteristic savoir faire – these are the three pillars of the maison that Hermès reimagines through its 16th metier. Now, Hermès Beauty expands its universe with its latest chapter that follows the sublime Rouge Hermès lipsticks. Available from April 15 at Hermès Liat Towers, Marina Bay Sands, Takashimaya and hermes.com, the Rose Hermès is a collection emblematic of one of the Maison’s signature colours. It takes inspiration from past narratives – displayed through exhibits in the private Emile Hermès Museum in Paris – that trace the colour’s significance...

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Luxury skateboards and surf skates for the cool kids

In terms of extreme sports, surf skating is having a moment today. Just like how skateboards had their share of the spotlight back in the ’90s, surf skating is the new cool kids’ sport of 2021. While they may look similar to skateboards, surf skates come with a pointed front — similar to how surfboards would usually look. Simply put, they’re like smaller-sized,  in-land surfboards designed to simulate the movements of surfing. Unlike skateboards, surf skates are designed for techniques like turning and ‘snapping’ that allow surfers to hone their skills during their time off from the beaches when...

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CEO of Hermès Watches Laurent Dordet on the H08 timepiece and the brand’s interpretation of time

It’s all about balanced juxtaposition for the Hermès H08 watch — the Maison’s newest timepiece designed for the modern man. Brand new for Watches & Wonders 2021, the Hermès H08 carries diametric opposition in its very name, with a ‘0’ perched on the edge of nothingness; the ‘8’, in contrast, tunnelling towards infinity. It’s this manner of divergence that’s definitive of the overarching design cues, too. From a circular dial framed by a case oscillating between angles and curves to an aesthetic that straddles both sports-inspired and sophisticated notes, a sense of multi-faceted versatility...

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H24: Hermès’ first men’s fragrance in 15 years is an icon in the making

A lot of fragrance ads promise, in one way or another, to make you smell like a higher (read: more attractive) version of yourself. Hermès’ latest scent does not. The H24 eschews masculine stereotypes and offers, instead, an unexpected olfactory experience that takes your nose through the maison’s fluid, timeless men’s universe. “I had to open up other, less predictable paths, to move away from the conventional woodiness of men’s scents,” says perfumer Christine Nagel, who was inspired by the work of menswear artistic director Véronique Nichanian. “When I attend one of Véronique’s runway shows,...

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Hermès reimagines its Victoria Bag in alternative vegan leather

Breaking away from its leather canvas tradition, Hermès is moving forward with sustainable leather alternatives for its iconic luxury bags. While Hermès is known for its use of exotic leathers such as crocodile hide, the label has partnered up with MycoWorks, a California-based startup, to create its first vegan leather product, a reinvention of the classic Victoria bag, crafted out of MycoWorks’ patented Fine Mycellium, a mushroom-based textile. The new Victoria bag will also incorporate canvas as well as elements of calfskin into the final product. “MycoWorks’ vision and values echo those...

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Hermès Women’s FW ’21 Show: A presentation in three acts

Never one to shy from innovation in its seasonal fashion shows, Hermès presented an exciting proposition for its Fall/Winter 2021 Women’s show. The women’s Fall/Winter 2021 show begins with a “prologue” in New York, at the Armory Show, where choreographer Madeline Hollander starts things off with a free interpretation of the movements gleaned from Nadège Vanhée-Cybulski’s collection. At the heart of the three-part performance is a socially distanced Paris fashion show at the Garde républicaine. And at the close of the Paris show it was over to Shanghai, where dancers under the direction of...

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