The Hollywood Reporter.A brand new façade with a Los Angeles modernist design for French luxury brand Hermes reopened its Rodeo Drive boutique on Sept. 3, according to
The Beverly Hills location at 434 Rodeo Dr. was under renovation for 18 months, and employees celebrated the reopening with a tour and evening party.
The original Hermes flagship store opened in 1972, already boasting a Hollywood following.
The new 12,000 square foot store contains a dazzling array of jewelry, watches, fragrances, leather goods, scarves, hats and much more.
The renovation was designed by Paris-based Rena Dumas Architecture Interieure, reports the Los Angeles Times. French visual artists Zim & Zou handcrafted the boutique windows. Read more about their work in the Wall Street Journal.
Click here to see photos from the Sept. 3 opening on RackedLA.
For more information, visit Hermes website.