Slim by name and slim by nature for the ultra-thin Slim d'Hermès, a lesson in horological elegance. With it, the Parisian firm adds a third movement to its repertoire and a fourth collection after Arceau, Cape Cod and Dressage, the majority of which are now fitted with in-house movements. This new timepiece is no exception, being driven by the extra-thin H1950 self-winding movement, developed by Vaucher Manufacture. A micro-rotor shaves millimetres from the calibre which measures just 2.60 mm high. For the dial, Hermès has worked with graphic designer Philippe Apeloig who imagined a new typeface for the hours.
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