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Hermès at Work


The summer is officially over in Moscow. It's rainy and cold and soon we'll have our central heating on which is a good thing because I actually feel way too cold at home. I am happy for fall and season changing don't get me wrong but I will be missing the freedom of summer and hot sun kissing me.
Today I want to tell you about the exhibition I have visited in early September in Moscow Museum. It was about the work of Hermes (yes that Hermes) work. Lots of workshops giving people a glimpse into the way they create their products which are in fact a work of art.
The day was lovely, Max and I not only visited the museum but took a long walk around city center having most romantic date.
It was so interesting watching the craft!



 As for my outfit it was comfortable enough and super light. I am crazy about simple dresses lately. Floppy hat is my most worn item this September, I don't know why I haven't worn it that much before. Pumps are my ultimate favorite, I can walk in them forever!


I was wearing:
Dress DKNY
bag Lacoste
Shoes Jimmy Choo
Belt and chocker c/o Zaful
Necklace (blue) gifted by my beloved
Floppy Hat bought randomly during my trip to Montenegro

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I love design museums like this one. And Hermes makes very nice things!

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  2. So interesting to see what the process looks like! And your outfit is wonderful. I will also be missing the freedom of summer but I am enjoying the cooler fall weather so far.
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  3. I have to share this with my wife. She's the fashionista in the house. I just listen to her advice.

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  4. I love this so much. Museums are great. Though in India too summer is officially over but it is still to hot here.

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  5. What a great experience! I love visiting museums, and make it a point to visit one or two wherever I travel. :)

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  6. This looks like a lovely way to get out and spend the day! You also look very stylish. I bet it was so interesting watching and learning. I would love to do something like this!

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  7. I love art and museums. This also combines fashion. So cool!

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  8. I never tought about visiting that museum but, now i change my mind :)

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  9. The museum sounds fab! I love your outfit - pumps are super comfy

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  10. What an amazing museum, I absolutely want to go here sometime! You look fabulous, btw :)

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  11. I didn't know these was a Hermes Museum in Moscow. Sounds very interesting. Next time I am there I will get tickets to visit it and learn how they make bags.

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    1. It was temporary exhibition on the basis of Museum of Moscow so unfortunately this is not possible to see any longer. However I am sure you will love the Museum of Moscow, it's super fun!

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  12. Oh cool! I bet that was a neat exhibit! I always drool when I walk past the stores!

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  13. Seeing the way that haute couture is created truly is a remarkable thing! I love watching videos about it online, but to see this in person must have been incredible!

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  14. Here the central heating has been working too :-)

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  15. Looks like you had a great time, and I love all the pictures. Museums are so much fun to visit. Any time we visit somewhere we new we try to make it a point to visit their local museum.

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  16. We have a similar feature to one of the museums we have downtown. I really enjoyed their fashion workshop of it, that looked a little similar to the one you attended. Definitely very fun and interesting!

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  17. Rachael EberhardtSep 26, 2018, 12:42:00 AM

    Love this post and really enjoyed reading this. I can feel your happiness when you are in that museum and it looks like a nice experience for you.

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  18. What a great exhibition. So lovely to see the work in progress too.

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  19. Great post, fascinating museum! As I travel museum are my favorite, I will never wear Hermes but I am sure it would be lovely to learn about the art of it.

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  20. Hhhhhmmmmm....good for you, Lyosha! I'm glad to hear that....I believe now would be a good time to visit Russia since the summer is done.

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  21. Very cool to get them see them do their crafts! I think I would prefer the walk around the city instead though. Sometimes its the simple things that count the most!

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  22. Love your post , also I really must go to Moscow now

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  23. Lovely museum..beautiful writeup and lovely pics..
    Regards

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  24. Very cute, i love your dress and would have loved to visit a Hermes exhibit:). So cool!!

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  25. What a beautiful outfit. And yes, we are transitioning into Autumn here in the UK too. Although the sun keeps coming out every now and then so it's a bit confusing!

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  26. Its so cool to see the process commercially! Great post!

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  27. Beautiful place.
    Pictures are amazing
    Thanks for sharing

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  28. This is so cool! I did not know there were fashion designer museums but it would be so fun to see how a brand has changed over time.

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  29. Not an ardent fan of design museums but your photo definitely look worth giving museums a try. Great stuff!

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  30. Have visited art museums in Spain but not really spend much time there. Loved your post.

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  31. I loved your lacoste bad :P, can you please share some more info on it :)

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  32. This is so cool! Pictures are amazing. I love your dress and would have loved to visit a Hermes exhibit.

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  33. Ahh, I'm missing the freedom of summer as well right now. But I absolutely love fall, so I'm glad for the change in seasons. I also absolutely love your dress!

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  34. A perfect exhibit meeting fashion and art... and the dress is awesome.

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