1. Théo de Gueltzl Designs Hermès Faubourg Tropical Scarf

    Théo de Gueltzl, in collaboration with Octave Marsal, designed the new Hermès Faubourg Tropical scarf.

    From the Hermès press release: 'The first Hermès store opened at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris in 1880, in a building of modest dimensions that also housed saddlery workshops and private apartments. The current neoclassical façade is the result of audacious building work carried out between 1924 and 1926, extending upwards to create additional floors and a surprising roof terrace. It is from this terrace that the exuberant tropical forest designed by the duo of Octave Marsal and Théo de Gueltzl appears to unfurl. Cheetahs, monkeys and cockatoos blend into this botanical canopy, which also conceals the unexpected figure of the mounted cavalry man from the top of Faubourg Saint-Honoré, who has escaped to the jungle.’

    Illustration by Théo de Gueltzl and Octave Marsal.