Hermès, The “TABRIZ” collection, Inspired by Persian carpets and rugs
While the world of fashion turns around and gives birth to something new everyday, Here’s Hermès coming up with the “Tabriz” Collection inspired by Persian rugs and particularly Tabriz carpet!
This is not the first time Hermès has been inspired by Persian art and culture. If you remember the Qalamdan by Catherine Baschet from a few season’s ago, you’ll know the affect Persian art has had on many different Hermès designs within the past few years.
These new designs that Hermès used on their NYC fashion week runway are simply breath taking. The details and the bold colors are absolutely eye catching.
This outerwear Collection is inspired by the heritage of Tabriz carpet* motifs, elevated with Hermès’ quint essential luxe for this Fall/Winter.
Christopher Lemaitre crafts
Christopher Lemaitre crafts is a wearable collection of outerwear inspired by the heritage of Tabriz carpet* motifs, elevated with Hermès’ quint essential luxe for this Fall/Winter. Masculine and over-sized pieces crafted in rich colors made with Hermès “Tabriz” fabric finished with a touch of leather. This is not the first time Hermès was inspired by Iranian art and motifs. We all remember the Hermès scarf of “Qalamdan” by Catherine Baschet. See photos attached.
*Tabriz carpet / rug is a type in the general category of the world renowned Persian Carpet from the city of Tabriz, the capital city of East Azerbaijan Province in north west Iran.
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