The Vremena Goda Galleries host the opening of Hermès, the boutique of the French fashion house, designed by the Parisian architectural bureau RDAI. There are at least 7 reasons why the new space and the collections presented there are worthy to pay attention to.
Tones of rose, light beige and brown, rotation of lacquered and rough surfaces, the contrast of wood and contemporary woven metal create the perfect harmony of luxury and cosiness.
The facade of the boutique is trimmed with light beige and pink stone with glass sections. Large windows open up a perspective on the interior and invite to the comfortable atmosphere of the store.
The special pride of Hermès is legendary silk products. Just at the entrance of the boutique, you can see, among a variety of fashion items, the newest Hermès invention - a double-sided silk square.
The theme of the year for Hermès has become the craft of innovation. The brand pays respect to the excellence of its craftsmen since that is what exactly defines Hermès' innovative spirit. In the best way possible the power of the craft is confirmed by the leather collection presented in the boutique.
Accessories and home furnishings
The front part of the boutique is occupied by jewellery and watches units, as well as a collection of furniture and home furnishings. The latter will become a real decoration of the space: in the Hermèsproduct range, there are coffee tables, storage boxes, tableware, home textiles and even a skateboard as an art object.
Perfumes and cosmetics
This year the first line of Hermès decorative cosmetics has been released, in particular, Rouge Hermès lipsticks. Lipsticks together with an iconic perfume collection can be found at the entrance of the boutique.
When creating the new collection, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski, the Hermès creative director, collaborated with the designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. It resulted in sophisticated colour combinations on sweaters, coats and shirt dresses, shown to advantage in a very restrained and noble way.
The collection made by Veronique Nishanyan, Hermès men's creative director, includes everything from shirts and jackets to ties and hats. Men's collection is represented on the left side of the boutique.