Back in the 1920s, French interior designer Jean-Michel Frank asked Hermès to cover several of his furniture pieces with the luxury house’s famous buttery leather. It was the first of many collaborations between the two powerhouse design talents. With the inauguration last November of its new Left Bank store—the company’s second largest in Paris, after the Faubourg Saint-Honoré flagship—Hermès launched Hermès, La Maison, a home furnishings line that offers reproductions of Frank’s iconic club chairs and other stellar examples of his work. The collection also includes its 1980s Pippa travel furniture line and new equestrian-print wallpaper, fabrics, and hand-knotted silk carpets—all available in U.S. branches beginning this month. “We had so many clients ask us to do our silk and cashmere prints as fabrics and cushions,” says Hélène Dubrule, general director of Hermès’s home division, “we thought it made sense to put some into production. We are giving our customers a chance to live in Hermès.”

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