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Hermès

Hermès creates objects. Objects shaped by the hands of artisans to make them companions for those who wear them. Stemming from uncompromising expertise, they radiate the lightness of the unexpected. They make everyday life their playground. For Hermès, time is also an object. Rather than measuring and seeking to control it, Hermès dares to explore another time, designed to arouse emotions and create spaces for recreation.
 

HERMÈS wristwatch, Carré H 38mm, stainless steel, automatic calibre H1912, 3 atm, Ref.:045778WW00.

Carré H

In 2010, Hermès introduced Carré H, a square timepiece created by Marc Berthier, with a modern aesthetic, designed for instant legibility. In 2018, Marc Berthier has enlarged the square by a few millimetres and opted for light effects, playing across the steel case with its polished and microbead-blasted finishes. The exclusive font of the numerals – making use of the zero – contributes to the new aesthetic equilibrium of this watch.

HERMÈS wristwatch, Cape Cod, 29mm, stainless steel, calibre ETA E61.111, Ref.:045827WW00.

Cape Cod Chaîne d’Ancre

Two new variations are introduced, in Large Model version only, with a single or double tour étoupe or Malta blue strap. The dial of the first features a black gold treatment, while the second is blue lacquered. “Anchor Chain” motifs are applied to the dials of these two models – a detail that once again emphasises the spirit of the Cape Cod, which is all about nuances and subtle discoveries.

HERMÈS chronograph, Arceau 41mm, titanium, automatic calibre ETA 2894, 3 atm, Ref.:045779WW00.

Arceau Chrono Titane

This Arceau Chrono Titane equipped with a chronograph function and a 41 mm beadblasted titanium case, this sportier version radiates an appealingly light air. Its sloping numerals give the impression of having been blown in on a playful breeze. The three counters and the date are harmoniously arranged. Aesthetic characteristics inspired by saddle-making are showcased on both models, fitted with a natural Barenia calfskin strap, or with a black embossed Barenia calfskin strap, on which the saddle stitching and inimitable feel testify to the tradition of leather-making excellence cultivated by the Maison.

Heure H Double Jeu

Playful and contemporary, the Heure H Double Jeu watch carries within its square the paradox of lacquer and diamonds. Its steel case celebrates contrasts. In black or white lacquer, it is reinvented through two graphic compositions that subtly stage the letter H. Whether vertically adorned with 122 diamonds or embellished in its horizontal version with 93 diamonds framing a dial also set with 138 diamonds, it extends an invitation to temporal recreation by playing with tones and luminescence. A skilful double jeu that either accentuates the H or merely hints at it. The black Barénia or white grained calfskin strap, enlarged by 3 mm on either side, merges with the dial in a simple tour around the wrist and the loop forms an H recalling the graphic totem of this watch.

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Arceau

Designed by Henri d’Origny in 1978, the Arceau watch exudes the natural discretion of a virtuoso. Behind its classic appearance lies a skilled aesthetic approach encompassing every detail. Crafted in the Hermès workshops, the case features stirrup-shaped asymmetrical lugs and can be harnessed to the wrist with interchangeable Manufacture Hermès straps. Inspired by elegance at a gallop, the sloping typography of the Arabic numerals sets the cadence for a resolutely Hermès vision of time.

Cape Cod

The timeless yet fanciful Cape Cod watch breaks free of conventional aesthetic codes, which is how Henri d’Origny designed it in 1991. The square in a rectangle geometry of its case and the typography of its numerals revisit the Anchor Chain motif. Epitomising the paradox of a utilitarian object that has become a benchmark design, this line with its demanding style inspired Martin Margiela in creating the double wrap-around strap in 1998. Its inherent modernity is further enhanced by interchangeable Manufacture Hermès straps.

Carré H

In 2010, Hermès introduced Carré H, a square timepiece created by Marc Berthier, with a modern aesthetic, designed for instant legibility. In 2018, Marc Berthier has enlarged the square by a few millimetres and opted for light effects, playing across the steel case with its polished and microbead-blasted finishes. The exclusive font of the numerals – making use of the zero – contributes to the new aesthetic equilibrium of this watch.

Heure H

In 1996, the H initial became a watch under the aegis of Philippe Mouquet. Crafted in the in-house workshops, the iconic case of the Heure H watch is the signature of a time that literally becomes Hermès time. An object secured to the wrist by interchangeable straps also made by the Maison’s leather artisans.

Kelly

In 1975, the famous Kelly bag lent the padlock of its clasp to a watch that was to bear its name. Ever since, in step with the mood of the moment, time can be worn on the wrist or elsewhere thanks to this detachable padlock watch.

Nantucket

The case of the Nantucket watch and the font its numerals revisit the « Anchor Chain » motif in a particularly slender interpretation. Embodying the paradox of a utilitarian object transformed into a style reference, this line with its distinctive aesthetic comes in two sizes enhanced by Manufacture Hermès straps.