Hermès has launched the Apple Watch Hermès Series 8 collection.
The offering features bands and faces inspired by the house’s equestrian world which bring a light-hearted touch to the watches.
Beginning with the hero piece in the collection the Lucky Horse face offers a fun and friendly interpretation of the House’s key values. The colours of the watch can be changed depending on the wearer’s moot and the movements of their wrist. At 10:10, the hands form a harness on the horse’s head. The unique “Always On” mode means as the fashion darkens the horse gives a friendly wink to its wearer!
The Gourmette strap is also reinterpreted this season, combining leather and a metal chain, inspired by equestrian curb link chains. This hand-welded and hand-polished steel chain extends from the leather strap giving the double tour band a highly assertive equestrian look. Meanwhile, the all-leather Gourmette strap is now available in Noir.
The third edition is the H Diagonal strap. This features an iconic motif that was first created in the 1970s and has been reinterpreted in the house’s collections many times. The “H en bais” motif is subtly reproduced on a leather band via 1,300 individual and precise perforations, epitomising a sporting spirit and inviting movement. Crafted in Swift calfskin, it is available in Gold and Gris Meyer on the Silver stainless-steel case, and in Bleu de France and Cuivre on the Space Black case.
And finally, the Apple AirTag Hermès is a playful take on a classic design featuring dedicated pictograms. This object, both aesthetic and playful, will help you locate your keys or valuable items in the blink of an eye.
Apple Watch Hermès Series 8 and Apple AirTag Hermès will be available for order online from 7 September 2022, and available for sale from 16 September 2022. Products will be available in selected stores in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States; and later this autumn in Korea, Mexico and Thailand.