Maison Hermès Ginza window installations by Stephanie Quayle, Tokyo – Japan

January 12th, 2017 by retail design blog

It’s your last chance to marvel at the window installations of Stephanie Quayle [1982] at Maison Hermès Ginza, the Japanese flagship store and headquarters of the French luxury house in Tokyo. Following her graduadion from London’s Royal College of art in 2007, Quayle began to create a body of predominantly figurative exotic creatures, first by spontaneously drawing them, and then proceeding by using clay and plaster.

The current showcase at Maison Hermès Ginza, entitle urban jungle, presents a wide range of these cunningly realistic sculptures. All monkeys, a large terracotta orang utan sits on a trunk and gazes onto the bustling cityscape. In the large window, a group of monkeys are huddled cozily together, and seem less deterred by what’s going on around them. The installations are interspersed with a variety of items from Hermès’ extensive a/w 2017 collection.

Design: Stephanie Quayle
Photography: Satoshi Asakawa

https://superfuture.com/supernews/tokyo-urban-jungle

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