Zim & Zou Create A Fox’s Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

Zim & Zou Create A Fox's Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

The art of window dressing seems like a fantastic job. Limited only by your creativity, you must bring together small worlds filled with beauty, nuance, and excitement. The duo of Zim & Zou, made up of French designers Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, recently completed a rather stunning display for Hermès in Barcelona based around the idea of a fox’s den.

This Carte Blanche tells the story of a fox who moved into the window with all his personal objects, showing a bit of his life and personality. The leather fox is living in a human interior composed with furnitures all made of paper, giving a surrealistic aspect to the scene. Each piece of the window display was made by hand.

Zim & Zou Create A Fox's Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

Can you imagine coming up with a concept as complex as this? The leather fox is astounding, perfect down to his little whiskers. The custom designed wallpaper makes all of the the cut paper objects like the clock and telephone really stand out, those blues and oranges are lovely. Zim & Zou should be quite proud of what they’ve created, I’ve never seen anything quite this impressive.

View more photos of the installation by clicking here.

Zim & Zou Create A Fox's Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

Zim & Zou Create A Fox's Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

Zim & Zou Create A Fox's Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

Zim & Zou Create A Fox's Den From Leather and Paper for Hermès

Bobby Solomon

July 30, 2014 / By

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