As connoisseurs of life’s finest luxuries, we love it when high fashion designers think outside of the standard box and spread their creative wealth to all genres of posh products. So when we got word that the ultimate name in luxury apparel and accessories, Hermés, would be collaborating with megayacht company Wally, we couldn’t resist including their new project on the pages of Haute Living.
This isn’t the first time that the French ruler of everything haute has left its mark on a luxury ride, as the Parisian powerhouse has worked on several helicopter projects in the past. This summer Hermés extended their reach by lending their designer touch to create the triangle-shaped motor yacht named WHY for Wally- Hermés Yachts. Measuring 190 feet by 125 feet, the innovative megayacht concept features open patios, photovoltaic panels on the glass hull sides as well as on the roof opening, an 80-foot-long, forward-end swimming pool that hugs a helipad, and an incredible 120-foot beach on the aft deck. With other amenities too long to list, just know that the 2,100-square-foot master suite covers the entire third floor of the craft, with an expansive outdoor patio.
“I have always thrived on the dreams of great visionaries like Magellan, Jules Verne, Saint Exupéry and Paul Klee. Like their, the path of Hermés is to pursue dreams…” said Creative Director Pierre-Alexis Dumas on the WHY website. Read more about the luxury design yacht that will be soon rule the high seas with the same discerning hand that it does high fashion in the latest issue of Haute Living Miami.
Via: Haute Living Miami