Fans of Hermès are bound to have an extra happy new year, as the French luxury house has expanded and refreshed its San Francisco boutique. The Union Square store now comprises more than 22,000 square feet of shopping bliss, including a second level and an expanded Maison section showcasing larger-scale furniture pieces.
French architecture firm RDAI, which designs all of Hermès’ global boutiques, spearheaded the renovations. The refreshed spaces balance classic Hermès design features, such as the mosaic tiles found in the original Faubourg boutique, with newer Northern California design influences.
In celebration of the boutique’s November 15 opening, Hermès has released several specially created objects like a version of the Kelly bag, new colorations of their scarf designs and special colorations of the Apple Watch Hermes.