Cave Of Won­ders

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - News -

Her­mès’s un­mis­tak­able ex-lib­ris mo­tif set the scene at the Parisian fash­ion house’s re­launch of its Pav­il­ion KL flag­ship. Dur­ing an in­ti­mate evening in the 254-squareme­tre space en­vi­sioned by ar­chi­tect De­nis Mon­tel, guests made their way from one room to the next— women’s ready-to-wear col­lec­tions in one, watches and jew­ellery in an­other, an eques­trian ded­i­cated area in one cor­ner, and fi­nally, the pri­vate VIP space to­wards the back. Ul­ti­mately, it was the home col­lec­tion sec­tion that sealed the deal for most, where guests imag­ined and as­pired to an Her­mès-filled home.

Faubourg pat­tern stoneware mo­saic floors and deep brown teak wood dec­o­rate the Her­mès store Tengku Siska Alisa

Sandy Tan, Fran­k­lene, and guests (left and right)

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Evan­ge­line Yan and Cherrie Liong

Datin Emily Yap and guest

Chris­tine Tui and Datin Irene Lim Male mod­els to

A ma­gi­cian pulling tricks, for smiles all around

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