Hermès New Tableware Line Is a Tropical Treat

Hermès New Tableware Line Is a Tropical Treat

An international beach vacation may not be in the cards this summer, but the new Passifolia tableware collection by Hermès brings a touch of the tropics into your home.


Perfect for an inspired dinner party or an al fresco adventure in the backyard, the line of 30 pieces — from coffee cups to pretty platters — showcases a rich use of color and craftsmanship. Each item displays a different, hyperrealistic flora or fauna, like orchids, ferns and hibiscus.

At Hermès, in River Oaks District

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