Following the reveal of the considerably more unusual Hermès football table earlier this year, the French house has now announced its newest watch — the Carré H. The timepiece made its debut at Geneva’s SIHH 2018 convention and it is a collaborative effort with designer and architect Marc Berthier.
Carré, which means square in French, boasts a redesigned case which has been enlarged from 36.5mm to 38mm, making it from 316L polished and micro bead-blasted steel.
There’s also new dials, which come in black or anthracite grey while the centre is opaline guilloché and the rim uses a sunburst or opaline finish. The last change to the face is the yellow T-shaped third hand, which adds a distinctive quirk to the design. The strap is made from Barenia calf skin strap and is completed with a pin buckle.
The Hermès Carré H watch is available for the price of approximately $7,125 USD. You can find out more information from the brand’s web site. The luxury brand is known for being one of the most iconic houses, so it’s no surprise that its Fall/Winter 2018 show was a standout from Paris Fashion Week.