French graphic designer Laetitia Bianchi paid homage to her ethnic country of origin by creating a pattern for a Hermès silk scarf based on Mexican folklore. Now, this design can be found on the watch dial of the very limited Slim d’Hermès Mille Fleurs du Mexique, whose name translates as “a thousand flowers from Mexico.”
Envisaged as a unique pictorial work, the dial is framed by a white gold case crafted in the Hermès workshops. The motif is minutely applied by hand to create a miniature painting on a fragile mother-of-pearl dial.
The watch is powered by ultra-thin self-winding Manufacture Hermès H1950 movement, offering a 42-hour power reserve and is water resistamt up to 100 feet.
Loyal to the iconic design codes of the Slim collection, this refined model features light, pared-down lines and an alligator strap also made in the in-house workshops.