Hermès
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Hermès

For its Madison Avenue windows in New York, the brand tapped Brooklyn-based artist Edward Granger to devise several architectural, slightly cerebral vitrines that encourage contemplation. Granger, who studied architecture, created glass-encased eye candy that plays with the relationship between Hermès’s artful objects and New York’s hallmark grids. Iconic leather goods are suspended in a spray-painted metal structure reminiscent of a cotton candy–color Sol LeWitt. Wood cubes hang in the center of a rainbow gradation around a pale blue satchel and pair of sneakers.