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Hermès Introduces a New Line of Casual Tableware

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Just in time for the holiday party season, Hermés released its latest Art de la Table series at a colorful cafeteria pop-up in its flagship store on New York's Madison Avenue. The event, called Hermés Self-Service, was an ode to unexpected entertaining with burnt orange bar carts set with La Table Hermés patterns and a lush assortment of French treats.

Self-Service marked the debut of “A Walk in the Garden,” a new collection created in collaboration with illustrator Nigel Peake. True to its name, the patterns are playful and botanical, a delicate rendition of vintage Marimekko. Click through to get inspired by Hermés’s casual—yet always luxurious—approach to a memorable feast.

A Walk in the Garden


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The new tableware collection from Hermés was made in collaboration with Nigel Peake.

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"A Walk in the Garden" features botanical prints and crisp graphics in a playful, vintage colorway.

Hermés Self-Service


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For the debut of the new collection, Hermés transformed its Madison Avenue flagship into a sophisticated cafeteria.

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Burnt orange trolleys held trays with different settings from previous Art de la Table collaborations.

Art de la Table


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Guests took their trays and loaded them up with French treats, a casual approach to glamorous entertaining.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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