Dress To Impress With The Hermès Chaîne D'ancre Game Collection

Jewellery

February 19, 2018 | BY Terence Lim

Playful, geometric and modern, this new jewellery collection will earn you more stares and praises than you can imagine. Here're a few reasons why.

1

Bold lines

The Hermès Chaîne D'ancre Game collection is designed with strong, geometric lines, which make the pieces stand out prominently on any outfit. 

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Dress To Impress With The Hermès Chaîne D'ancre Game Collection
2

Mix & match

It comes in various materials, which includes silver and rose gold. This makes for easy matching for different outfits and occasions. 

3

Family links

The original Chaîne d'ancre was designed in 1938 when Robert Dumas, a member of the Hermès family, took inspiration from a ship anchor chain to design a bracelet. The latest incarnation is a ship anchor chain link deconstructed and added to the square, which is also an icon from the House. 

(Related: How Hermès Has Made Time Their Own)

 

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4

Curve control

Its geometric design also lends it longevity. After all, the combination of shapes, lines, and curves are a simple yet endearing form of design that never goes out of vogue. 

5

Always an icon

Because it's Hermès. Enough said. 

(Related: 5 Minutes With... Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski, Artistic Director of Hermès)

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