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Hermés Introduces a New Line of Casual Tableware

Hold on to your Birkin, these place settings are seriously gorgeous.
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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


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

That '70s Show


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

Hermés Self-Service


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

Tray Chic


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

Art de la Table


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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