Posts Tagged ‘Hermes’

Throwback Thursday…

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If you’ve been relishing the neck scarf trend this summer, then you”ll love the vintage scarf pop-up shop: Hermèsmatic—by Hermès. The fun concept behind the pop-up shop is to allow shoppers the opportunity to either bring in their own vintage scarf to dip-dye in blue, fuchsia, or violet, or they could purchase one from the [...]

The Wait Is Over! Hermès International Appoints New Artistic Director


It’s official! Hermès International has appointed Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski as its new artistic director of women’s ready-to-wear. Axel Dumas, the brand’s chief executive, brought in the 36-year-old current design director of The Row only days after announcing Christophe Lemaire’s departure. She will start her new job just after the coming spring women’s show season.

Hermes Brings Its Universe To 23 Wall Street


We could all use a little Hermes in our world – or better yet – our universe. The French fashion house brought the party to Wall Street on Tuesday for the Hermes Women’s Universe event. The world of Hermes can get as chaotic as a circus, which is exactly what artistic director of the event Bali [...]

Hermès Scarves For Spring 2014

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              Who said scarves are just for winter? French design powerhouse Hermès has created a line that is elegant, soignée, entertaining and inspiring year round. With 2014 right around the corner so too are new looks and ways to wear scarves from this stellar brand.         [...]

Art Deco Accentuates Style for Spring 2012

For Spring 2012 Art Deco makes its mark on runways and even accessories–with bold architectural shapes, strong angular forms and bold lines–as well as metallic golds and silvers.  

Bastille Day Style

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Joyeux Quatorze Juillet – or as we say in America, Happy Bastille Day! This French national holiday falls every July 14 and celebrates the storming of the Bastille—marking the beginning of the French Revolution and French liberation. What better way to honor the stylish French–and La Fête Nationale, than through fashion? Invoke the tenacious spirit [...]

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