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Hermès Luxurious Textiles for Your Home



The inspiration for Hermès’ line of luxurious textiles came from the pages of the jockey silks registers, where silk satin samples were archived with each new order. These registers were compiled by the seamstresses in the workshop producing jockey silks and horse blankets. It was adjacent to the saddlery workshop at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré and operated from 1905 to 1982. Each of these 5 cushions stitched with silk twill has a distinctive character, making them perfect for mixing in order to create a personalized home interior.


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Avalon Tangram Blanket


A geometric tangram featuring the H signature is formed by a combination of dyes and colors. Initially, the material is woven by hand before being folded and dipped in three different color baths to create new color variations. The signature is created by attaching a wooden H to the plaid before it is dipped in the dye baths, thus preventing any color from penetrating the material in that precise area.


Measures 55.1” x 70.9”

$4,750


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Avalon Jump’H Pillow


The iconic Avalon is decorated with show jumping obstacle rails in equestrian colors and patterns. On a jacquard weave, Nicola Aguzzi’s design uniquely illustrates the famous Saut Hermès event.


Measures 19.7” x 19.7”

$650


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H Riviera Pillow


The design of these plaids and cushions was created by Studio Hermès, and inspired by an Hermès advertising visual that first appeared in the May 1929 issue of Vogue to present travel accessories. This extremely graphic, shaded H has been retained from the original visual in intense and bold color variations. Its name H Riviera subtly evokes the emergence of sunbathing in the 1930s.


Measures 19.7” x 19.7”

$650


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Parcours de Sangles Blanket


This design by Anne Roussel and Veronika Wildgruber draws inspiration from the illustrated catalogues of the Emile Hermes Museum featuring a great variety of equestrian straps. In the composition, a series of straps seem to perform successive twists and turns, and are transformed to reveal the outline of an H.


Measures 59.1” x 78.7”

$18,200



Littoral Blanket


Tristan Bonnemain’s Littoral design, superimposed on a tartan background, portrays strolls along the wild coast of Brittany and bouquets of freshly picked clifftop blooms. Everlasting helichrysum, sea holly and delicate burnet roses bring nature into the home.


Measures 59.1” x 78.7”

$1,225


To learn more www.hermes.com.

Images courtesy of Hermès

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