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27 July 2012 2:23 | 0 comment | Posted by

Fashion Spotlight On Hermes Fall 2012 Accessories

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Today in Hong Kong was the presentation of the Hermes fall/winter 2012 accessories collections for men and women. They were held in two gallery spaces both featuring rotating glass circles housing colored sand—orange for men and green for women. The sand shifts and forms different shapes and configurations with every revolution. These art pieces along with the other colors in the series can be found at the Hermes flagship store in Paris.

But on to the accessories. The scarves are breathtaking in terms of coloration and concept. The highlight is the one below which refences important events in our history from as far back as the Egyptians. I particularly like the one with the cane print, which was inspired by the collection of walking sticks at the Hermes stores. For men, there is the rock and roll skull and skeleton print.

Hermes classics like the bags, bracelets and enamel bangles are introduced in new colorways. The chevron pattern enamel bangle is especially interesting because it has texture.

Other pieces that will prove to be lusted after are the leather paper clips, the keychains that look like equestrian ribbon medals, and the USB keys.

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Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

Hermes fall 2012 accessories collection. Photo: Style Intel

An artwork featuring shifting sands at the Hermes fall 2012 accessories presentation. Photo: Style Intel