Hermès Is Fierce and Fragile in New Exhibition

By Contributors  /  September 20, 2016

Luxury leathergoods brand Hermès is celebrating the majesty of the world’s big cats in Fierce and Fragile, an exhibition dedicated to Robert Dallet’s studies of the animals.

Located in the middle of the L1 Hall at Pacific Place,  the Hermès exhibition comprises a collection of illustrations of tigers, panthers, cheetahs and leopards. The exhibition is on as a part of the Robert Dallet Initiative for Wild Cat Conservation, a program that promotes the preservation of Cats natural habitats around the world, and is created by Pierre-Alexis Dumas, Hermès’ artistic director, and Thomas S. Kaplan, founder of the Panthera charity. 


The cats are captured on paper by the French animal painter and illustrator, Robert Dallet (1923-2006), who worked as a scarf designer for Hermès from the 1980s onwards, and are a delicate yet striking celebration of animal beauty. The exhibition is on till 24 September, so be quick to see it!


The details:
Admission: free
Where: Level 1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway Admiralty
When: Daily from from 11am to 8 pm until 24 September, 2016





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