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2016-10-20

HERMÈS OBJETS AW2016 Collection

HERMÈS OBJETS AW2016 Collection has a wide range of scarf selection, from the warm scarf in wool and silk is a festival of bright colours featuring an Indian motif reproducing woodblock stamps to the unexpected guest - a curious bear fills the scarf frame in an extreme close up and design by Alice Shirley. The composition mixes and mingles all the elements of equestrian competition. It reveals its true, and impertinent, nature only to those who step back and see it for what it really is. A pinball machine design by Elias Kafouros.


The bandana 55 family welcomes two new Hermès designs: Grand Manège cut and Pani La Shar Pawnee. Designs by Henri d’Origny and Kermit Oliver. In a festive atmosphere, evoking a circus Big Top or the magic of Broadway, exuberant letters form the Hermès name in lights. Design by Dimitri Rybaltchenko. The semi plain scarf’s equestrian-inspired motif is brought to life by vintage silk. The border is a reinterpretation of the Couvertures et tenue de jour border. A vast array of belt buckles from the Hermès creations archive juxtaposes geometric shapes and different colours in a graphic labyrinth. Design by Virginie Jamin.


Inspired by Le Pêcheur à la Laïta, a painting by Paul Sérusier, co-founder of the Nabis movement in the late 19th century, this motif represents a mysterious valley at sunset, or sunrise. Design by Antoine Carbonne. The motif is born of the marriage of two classics: Cavalcadour, inspired by harness decorations from the stables of the Comte de Chambord, and Éperon d’or, featuring spurs, tack, and riding crops from the prestigious Cadre noir Academy in Saumur. Designs by Henri d’Origny.


A passionate observer of untouched nature, naturalist painter Robert Dallet devoted his life to drawing animals from all over the world, and big cats in particular. This giant shawl pays tribute to an artist who collaborated with Hermès for twenty-five years. Design by Robert Dallet.


Developed in collaboration with Hermès partner riders Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Julia Chevanne, the Hermès Arpège dressage saddle ensures unparalleled comfort and close contact with the horse thanks to its monoflap design and seamless extra-deep seat in calfskin. The flap orientation and comfortable knee rolls guarantee perfect positioning. Thin concave panels provide the horse with excellent freedom of movement.


The Bolide bag adopts a mischievous shark smile made of overstitched leather insets. Nubucked python boot is elegance, finesse, and with a supple touch.


Decorated with American Indian inspired designs and fringe, these objects for little ones are perfect for baby gifts.


This original composition of striped geometric motifs shows two horses caracoling top to tail. Available in four colour harmonies, bright or monochrome. Design by Nigel Peake.