Tuesday, 1 May 2012

One for the Dreamlist or perfect gift from the Dreamboat boyfriend

Hermès celebrates its 175th anniversary with an exhibition illustrating the company's relationship with leather over the years. The show is divided into 12 rooms representing various leather collections - including equestrian, travel, handbags and accessories. On show are bespoke objects from the history of the company (which was founded as a master harness-maker in 1837) such as items commissioned by the Duke of Windsor for Wallis Simpson. Craftspeople from the Hermès workshop in Paris will be present at the show, demonstrating the art of leather-working
8th - 27th May 6 Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3ES

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