A new fashion season means one thing: It’s our chance to give our wardrobes a well-deserved update yet again. That, and of course, having a go at the latest runway trends. Thankfully, options are aplenty at the house of Hermès this Fall/Winter.
And there's a lot more than just women’s ready-to-wear pieces. Hermès also does the most unexpected lifestyle items, and this year’s theme is Play. Naturally, you can expect many fun and entertaining collectibles from this collection which include surfboards, roller skates, and even tarot cards. These lavish objects are designed to add a touch of enjoyment and extravagance to your everyday life.
Ready for your style upgrade? Continue scrolling to check out ELLE Singapore’s pick of the best new Hermès collectibles to splurge on now.
From left: Cartouchière strap in Hunter cowhide, $1,850, case in Evercolor calfskin, $3,350, case in alligator, $15,100, and case in Hunter cowhide, $2,800
With this fanny pack that's essentially composed of three different-sized leather pouches, there is no lack of compartments for organising your stuff.
Mosaïque au 24 bag in Monsieur calfskin, $11,900
This bag has a unique square clasp that is inspired by the mosaic decoration on the floor of the Parisian Hermès flagship at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
Rain poncho in waterproof cotton, $3,400
Want to look chic even when you’re in the rain? Reach for this laminated cotton poncho with reinforced seams — it promises to keep you dry without sacrificing style.
Pins in glazed lambskin, $170
Forget iron-on patches — these vintage-styled pins, which remind us of old motel signs, are perfect for personalising your belongings.
Dice set in maple marquetry and bridle leather, game mat in wool felt, $1,400
This stylish and travel-friendly play set can be easily carried around and laid out for a game or two with your family and friends.
Tarot deck, $160
True Hermès fans will be able to tell that these are no ordinary tarot cards. They are designed with the same bright colours that correspond with the Couvertures nouvelles scarves by Jacques Eudel.
Are these sneakers or roller skates? Well, they’re both. The detachable soles allow wearers to wear them as either.