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In the world of HERMÈS, pink is the emotion of the dawning day, a signature of gentleness that combines vivacity and courage. Whether it’s the parasol riding crop of the Empress of France Eugénie, a 1960s wool blazer using the color Azalée, or the many carrés — the color rose is prominent in the house of Hermès. While Rouge Hermès adds color with just a single stroke, Rose Hermès is the color of a sensitive and radiant presence.

A tribute to the color codes of the 1970s — a production of artworks with CAPAROL ICONS.

Colors are part of our sense of living. We often associate colors with certain feelings and our memories. Through colors specifc emotions can be aroused — we feel reminded of something or are even moved back in time. Even if we have not experienced a decade, a place or a time, colors can evoke a feeling of a certain era.

Shot on medium format film.

A leather object in focus: A simple and structured model in grainy calf leather – the Margaux by THE ROW. Placed in an architecture that is concise and comprehensible, enhanced with the splendor of simplicity.

Embedded in a quiet oasis in the middle of L.A. is a building that radiates two things in particular: tranquility and clear shapes. Outside, eucalyptus trees are moving softly in the wind while in the courtyard, the cacti cast gentle shadows across the stone floor.

The Neutra VDL Studio and Residences, located at 2300 Silver Lake Boulevard in Los Angeles, California is an architectural concept that combines living with working in one building – it served as the residence and office of Viennese-American architect Richard Neutra.

The simplicity of things. A trench coat – classic, but accentuated by contemporary elements. Pure silk lining, large and boxy cut but the belt allows the trench coat to be perfectly fitted to the waist. A garment from The New Frontier collection by KHAITE, a reference to 20th century America. Accentuated with pumps by MANOLO BLAHNIK and ear jewelry by GIVENCHY. Shot on film.

Sustainability plays a key role at Ruinart. The development of the Second Skin case is not an isolated initiative but part of Ruinart’s overall commitment to protecting the environment.

The Offspring Collection by Georg Jensen. A classic collection by the traditional Danish silver manufacturer in collaboration with contemporary designer Jacqueline Rabun.

An Installation by Random International. In collaboration with Studio Wayne McGregor conflating artificial intelligence with the human capacity to empathize.

Middle class houses in the United States by Frank Lloyd Wright. At the time quite affordable, today highly coveted.

POMELLATO, a traditional jewelry maker established in the late 1960s and SPINELLI KILCOLLIN, contemporary jewelry design from Los Angeles, both combine remarkable appearance, carefully selected materials, and traditional craftsmanship.

A wool gabardine trench coat by BURBERRY, combined with a blazer by JIL SANDER and vintage knot earrings by DIOR.

The development of the International Style began in Europe in the early 1920s and later spread throughout the world. Yet the term International Style dates back to the architect Philip C. Johnson and the architectural historian Henry-Russell Hitchcock to describe minimalist and functional architecture.

The name was first used in 1932 in their publication THE INTERNATIONAL STYLE: ARCHITECTURE SINCE 1922, published to accompany the iconic MoMA exhibition Modern Architecture: International Exhibition.