A look into the history of French fashion house, Hermès
Hermès has plenty to celebrate these days: a new women’s wear designer,
the opening of a Paris flagship, and a furniture line. But, as Alice
Rawsthorn discovers, the quintessentially French maison also faces some
of the stiffest challenges in its long history.
Just in time for some last-minute Mother’s Day shopping, Hermès has unveiled a sleek new 2,100 square-foot floor at its 691 Madison Avenue location. The muted, sleek, glass and wood room designed by Parisian architectural...
LOUIS VUITTON: As an antidote to the lightning pace of the digital universe and the fashion world's collective on-to-the-next attitude, Marc Jacobs envisioned his collection for Louis Vuitton as an excuse to pause and appreciate...