The Incursion windows at this Hermes Tokyo boutique are a stunning ode to the power and magnitude of the ocean. The 'Incursion' showcase features work by British sculptor Kate MccGwire, who aimed to capture this year's theme of "nature at full gallop" in the form of a dark, brooding undercurrent. The sculpture is dimly lit for an extra romantic feeling against a backdrop that resembles a warehouse with plenty of industrial fixtures. The undercurrent itself looks shiny and enthralling as it is made from colorful rooster feathers.
The Incursion windows are located at the Renzo Piano-designed Ginza Maison Hermès, what is widely considered on of the first in a wave of signature flagships to launch in Tokyo.
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The Windows at Hermes Tokyo Features Work by Kate MccGgwire
- By: Rebecca ByersFeb 9, 2016