A sketch of a square inside a rectangle by Henri d’Origny in 1991 turned into an extraordinary timepiece representative of Hermès Cape Cod’s consistency to adapt to the mood of time. This year, Cape Cod extended its series with updated masculine models presented with a distinct infusion of watchmaking expertise, in turn featuring a movement, a case, or a dial made in the ateliers of the Maison. Each timepiece is enhanced by the signature Hermès fine leather craftsmanship. The Cape Cod dial appears in new shades echoed in an indigo blue, graphite matt or black matte alligator strap. At the heart of these subtle visual orchestrations, time is steadily marked off to the rhythm of a watch mechanism created by Hermès: the Manufacture H1912 movement. Some distinct features include the 50-hour power reserve and 28,800 vibrations per hour frequency. Encapsulating a vision of time threaded with elegance and originality, Cape Cod continues to disperse its style in its anchor-chain inspired look.