The French luxury house Hermes is known for their creative know-how to manufacture dreaming pieces, but this time a project called "Petit h" that was launched in previous years is coming back with a new and smart concept, surprising the brand's customers.

Their idea is to take the leftover materials of the Hermès manufacturing process and transform them into whimsical and poetic objects.

The "Petit h" project has the collaboration of artists and designers, opening a universe of possibilities in the process of creation.  

Artist Alexandre Mussard, re-imagined the windows of Madison Avenue boutique as an Advent calendar. Inside the store there is a particular sculpture, a giant version of a petit h flying porcelain teapot by the designer Gilles Jonemann and a mythical workshop offering an immersive experience of the petit h holiday factory.

"Petit h" is always about dreams. I tried to make this collection even more festive for the holiday season.
– Pascale Mussard

You can see Petit h at the Hermès Madison boutique from December 2nd 2016 to January 7th 2017, Hermès Wall Street on December 10th and 11th, and at the Hermès Parfumerie from December 16th to 18th.

See more of the Hermes Petit h after the jump!