Hermes reopens Lee Gardens store in Causeway Bay

(Source: Hermès)

Hermes has reopened its expanded store at Lee Gardens in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

The store first opened in 1997 and is one of the luxury brand’s six stores in the metropolis.

Hermes partnered with Parisian architecture agency RDAI for the expanded store’s design, which draws inspiration from nearby natural landscape.

The expanded store now features three storeys, with its curves and ridges inspired by Hong Kong’s masonry wall trees and the interior showcasing metallic panels.

A triptych of horses in motion by Japanese artist Ryu Mitarai is displayed at its three windows, which can be seen from the outside.

The lower floor flaunts Hermes’ men’s and women’s ready-to-wear items, equestrian goods, home collection, and has two private rooms.

A wooden cocoon on the first floor presents leather, watches, and jewellery metiers.

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