The indigo squares of Hermès

The indigo squares of Hermès

The French fashion house is launching a limited edition capsule collection paying tribute to natural indigo dyeing techniques. A line composed of four silk squares,

available from February 13 in stores.


The indigo squares of Hermès

After imagining a line of scarves for British retailer Liberty in 2022 and asking graffiti artist Kongo

to revisit some of its famous squares for fall-winter 2022-2022, Hermès is launching the Indigo collection

in February. Composed of four squares in silk twill or cashmere, this line honors the craftsmanship of

the house’s Lyon-based printers as well as the technique of natural indigo dyeing, carried out in northern

Bangladesh or southern India. For this capsule collection, each square celebrates emblematic designs

reinterpreted for the occasion through various dyeing and embroidery processes. Bridles, spurs and colored

feathers are featured on these unique pieces, available in large and medium sizes.

The Hermès indigo squares will be on sale from February 13 in Hermès stores at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré,

Paris 8ème and 17 rue de Sèvres, Paris 6ème. The capsule collection will also be on sale at

Above: Giant square 140 Brazil Bandhini in silk twill, Hermès, 1550 euros.

Also on Kenzo and Liberty London scarves

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The indigo squares of Hermes

The indigo squares of Hermès