Soon after his graduation from Central Saint Martins, De Gueltzl began to forge a long-term partnership with luxury brand Hermès on detailed drawings for their textile designs in a collaboration that would open a door not just to the world of fine art drawing, but to fashion as well.
His designs have included the Hermès Faubourg Tropical Scarf (with Octave Marsal), featuring an exuberant tropical forest that appears to unfurl from the neoclassical façade of the first Hermès store at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, and the Robe Legere Embroidered Scarf, a limited piece made from the finest silk and hand embroidered with glass micro-beads that takes over 45 hours to produce.
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