Gift me a dream

Gift me a dream

For the party season, Hermès sketches the lines of an enchanted dream, between evanescent clouds and dream-like objects.

Sweet dreaming

Towers of almond paste, pistachio croquembouches, nougatine, dessert creams and choux buns compose this extravagant silk scarf. The boundless imagination of designer Pierre Marie was inspired by Le Livre de pâtisserie, a cookery book published in 1873 by Jules Gouffé, the son of a pastry chef whose shop was located on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, a stone’s throw from the house of Hermès. 

  • For urban riders

    These Voltige sneakers bring together the iconic codes of the House, with its rubber sole textured with Clous Médor, and leather insert at the back of the heel reminiscent of a stirrup. 

  • Neo punk

    The story began in 1938 when Robert Dumas, a member of the Hermès family, had the idea of using the anchor chain of a boat as the inspiration for a jewellery design. And thus the Chaîne d’ancre bracelet was born. Naturally balanced, it is both sporty and chic. Transformed in length, its link now becomes a silver brooch with the air of a safety pin.

Hybrid leather goods

In the shape of a small structured box, the Cinhetic To Go wallet is inspired by the travel cases of yesteryear. Its iconic clasp opens by twisting the stylised H into a horizontal line of metal. With a removable strap, the wallet becomes into an elegant minaudière to carry in the hand, on the shoulder or cross-body.

  • Past to present

    Sometimes a customer's imagination produces an object that lives on in Hermès collections. In 1927, a bold customer asked for a dog collar to be extended, inspiring the house to create a belt adorned with four-sided domed studs known as clous Médor. Its pure lines and shapes gave rise to the Collier de chien bracelet.

  • Lacquer it up

    Inspiration for the Célèbes line was drawn from the colours of the Indonesian archipelago to create the bold graphic of these lacquered boxes. The veins of Japanese mahogany trace regular rings. Dried in long stages to preserve its quality and stability, the wood on the lid is finished with a band of bridle leather – a Hermès heritage material.

All fired up

Designed by Daiske Nomura, the blade of this 100% silk tie features a dragon with wings outstretched. An iconic motif in the men's universe that will reappear on many of this season’s creations.