“Hermès has launched a dedicated Web site for its men’s universe featuring irreverent lists to highlight items from its ready-to-wear, shoe, leather goods and silk collections.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Heremes x Menswear

“Christophe Lemaire left Hermès in the summer to focus on his eponymous line, but it looks like he’s not too busy for a collaboration with a giant global retailer. On Tuesday, Uniqlo announced that it is partnering with Lemaire, who will design a men’s and women’s capsule collection for the Japanese brand debuting next fall.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily -  Christophe Lemaire

“Unlike a great number of its counterparts, Hermès has created desire coupled with mystique that even in today’s digital age it has managed to maintain. Doing so can be attributed to much more than just the elusiveness of its famous handbags however, and one such way is the creativity it defers to online.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Hermès

“Hermès today is launching a mobile app for its tie enthusiasts, Tie Break, targeting a man on the go.”

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“Vanhee-Cybulski was most recently women’s design director at The Row, the label launched by Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen in 2006, and has previously held positions at Céline and Maison Martin Margiela.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Nadege Vanehee-Cybulski

“The Frenchman is leaving the luxury fashion and leather house in October to concentrate on his eponymous label”

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“French leather goods maker Hermès has updated its scarf-tying application to include a two-device game to encourage consumers to share the app with friends.”

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