La Vie En Rose
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Hermès Beauty’s newest launch continues the story of legacy meets innovation.
Arissa Ha

A little over a year ago, Hermès Beauty authored a new chapter in luxury brand Hermès’s 183-year history. Dedicated to the beauty of the lips, its debut makeup collection, Rouge Hermès, epitomises the Maison’s philosophy and culture of craft and aesthetics—wi ith the minimalist outer packaging in the iconic c Hermès orange, the durable lipstick case assembled by hand in France, the scented, lush-as-suede lipsticks in 24 bold hues and the accompanying small leather accessories presenting a multi-sensory experience that at elevates the simple act of putting on lipstick.

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