Hermès Shoe Salon19 June 2017 - 30 September 2017Hermès, Superbrands, First Floor
To celebrate the unveiling of the Hermès Autumn/Winter 2017 collection, Harrods has created a unique space dedicated solely to the brand’s shoes. Situated within Superbrands on the First Floor, the new salon celebrates the breadth and diversity of the Hermès shoe range, featuring heels and sandals, as well as iconic boots and trainers.
With Pierre Hardy at the Hermès shoe helm for over 20 years, the latest collection looks to the brand’s heritage for inspiration, using equestrian details and classic Hermès hardware to complement playful ‘70s silhouettes.
The Hermès Shoe Salon can be found at Hermès, Superbrands, First Floor.
Sergio Rossi Pop-Up28 July 2017 - 15 September 2017Shoe Heaven, Fifth Floor
Harrods is celebrating the return of Sergio Rossi’s iconic SR1 shoe with a pop-up in Shoe Heaven and two limited-edition exclusives from the collection – the SR1 slipper and sabot shoe in python with a crystal baguette.
A modern twist on the iconic ‘90s style, the SR1 comes complete with Sergio Rossi’s signature detailing and reflects the feminine design and exquisite craftsmanship for which the Italian brand is renowned.
Harrods ‘House of Design’ Exhibition13 September 2017 - 27 September 2017Furniture, Third Floor
To celebrate London Design Festival 2017, Harrods has created the ‘House of Design’ exhibition – a scaled-down Knightsbridge neighbourhood, made up of tiny townhouses. Thirteen miniature townhouses have been created by brands stocked across the Second and Third Floors, and are a result of the innovative use of unique materials and artisanal expertise. Annalise Fard, Director of Home at Harrods describes the exhibition: "Each and every townhouse being displayed in our exhibition is a masterpiece in itself, and together, the effect is truly show-stopping."
The broad range of designs have come from the likes of Welsh designer, Bethan Gray, who has used her townhouse to showcase the marquetry, brass and ombre staining techniques which have become synonymous with her style, and Richard Brendon, a contemporary tableware designer, who has decorated the interior walls of his townhouse with antique English teacups.
The exhibition will run from the Wednesday 13th September to the Wednesday 27th September 2017 in Furniture, Third Floor.
Shop: Decorative Accessories