Hermes: Heavenly Days (Hardcover)
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“You won’t be able to resist this elegant collection of Alice Charbin’s whimsical illustrations from her 18-year collaboration with luxury goods icon Hermès.” —France Today
Hermès: Heavenly Days brings together 300 of artist Alice Charbin’s most delightful drawings in a beautiful package that’s perfect for every elegant coffee table. From Christmas in the North Pole to Paris in the springtime, these treats from the house of Hermès will make readers of all ages smile.
Charbin’s drawing represent the whimsy and style of Hermès and the taste and culture of France itself. For 18 years, she has been inviting people to escape into a whimsical world where the brand’s iconic orange box frequently shapeshifts and appears in the most unlikely of places. Hermès: Heavenly Days brings together Charbin’s most delightful drawings from her collaboration with the legendary brand in a beautifully packaged gift book that will make every bookshelf and coffee table more elegant.
Since 1837, Hermès has remained faithful to its artisanal model and its humanist values. The freedom to create, the constant quest for beautiful materials, and the transmission of exceptional know-how—which enable the creation of useful, and elegant objects which stand the test of time—forge the uniqueness of Hermès.
Family-run, independent, and socially responsible, the company is committed to maintaining the majority of its production in France, through its 52 production sites, while developing its international distribution network of 300 stores in 45 countries. The Hermès orange box is an icon of fashion, luxury, and commerce.
About the Author
Alice Charbin is an author and illustrator who has written many children’s books and frequently draws for the Hermès brand. She lives in Paris with her family. Rachael Canepari has collaborated with Alice Charbin on many projects for Hermès. She lives in the south of France. Hermès is a French luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837. It specializes in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfume, jewelry, watches, and high fashion clothing. The signature orange box has been associated with the brand since the 1960s.
“Fans of Hermès’ playful book projects will love this year’s offering Hermès: Heavenly Days by Alice Charbin and Rachael Canepari–300 whimsical illustrations from the Paris-based artist Charbin, whose collaborations with the French luxury goods house spans 18 years.”
— Avenue Magazine