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Edita reports | Hermès Crazy Carrè

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Despite being a brand that is classic and serious (or at least costing some serious money), Hermès throws the most relaxed, irreverent and nonchalant parties. Crazy Carrè was no different.

Met with a plethora of rooms, all with completely different concepts, I could still plainly see the Hermès brand everywhere.

From rooms where you could throw paint around wearing a lab coat (yes please!) to chambers with imaginary tigers and dancing spaces – not to mention the epic dance shows – you could simply close your eyes and still know that these are all Hermès scarves brought to life.

The delicious food, the flowing cocktails, the option to get your makeup done and hair braided all added to the fact that your mind was being pumped with colours, prints and ornaments and you simply couldn’t get enough!

To sum up, Crazy Carrè was a trip and it got us all addicted.

Thank you so much for having me, team Hermès.

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29 thoughts on “Edita reports | Hermès Crazy Carrè”

  1. Oh wow, I am going to have to get my ass over to London to one of these days and attend one of these amazing events with you. Your photos are gorgeous and I LOVE what they did with your hair. Wish I could wear my hair like this but I think it is getting too thin 🙁

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