Noa Verhofstad created these stunning window displays for Hermès stores in eight cities: Knokke, Brussels, Antwerp, Luxemburg, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Oslo. Using a variety of contrasting materials, from porcelain and glass to Hermès leather and paper, Noa created over a dozen windows. Inspired by the aspect of dreams, Hermès' main theme, her work gave rise to a surrealist world where fantasy and reality become intertwined, where houses grow arms and legs, streetlights turn into characters, a huge octopus suddenly emerges from a manhole cover, a cloud and a rainbow skate and the Eiffel tower turns into a giraffe.
All windows are in display until late November.
All images by Victor Jones