Hermes – Ready-to-Wear Pre-Fall 2020

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The latest luxury window display from Hermès Ready-to-Wear Pre-Fall 2020 collection showcases the feature products with a playful and industrial design. With vibrant colours and creative craftsmanship elements, it reinforces the art and craft which Hermès offers in all its product design.

With “Les Rubans du Cheval” pleated patchwork dress in the luxury window display, it highlights Hermès’ incredible work on handling fabrics. The remarkable storytelling about Hermès craftsmanship in the window indeed activates the customers’ shopping journey before entering the shop. Therefore, the window can catch shoppers’ attention and allows for increasing the foot traffic of the store.

Photo: Shot at ELEMENTS, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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