Not really relevant except Christine Nagel did do the fragrance: the spot for Rouge Hermès lipsticks.
A lemming for fans of Twilly d'Hermès, the Eau Poivrée flanker in the Twilly Charming edition: "Choose the new limited edition of Charming Twilly, the Hermès girls' lucky charm. A coral-coloured little four-leaf clover hangs from the silk tie as a distinctive sign. Freedom of style is worn as a charm!" In 85 ml at World Duty Free. (You can still find the 2019 version of "regular" Twilly d'Hermès with a horseshoe charm at Saks in the US or Myer in Australia.)
Terre d'Hermès, in the latest limited edition collector bottle, this one decorated by Tilman Bartl. In 100 ml Eau de Toilette, €95 at Sephora in France.
This includes Bali Barret, overseer of all the house’s women’s offerings, to consult on the colors. (She and Touron have Hermès’s library of 75,000 silk swatches and 900 leather shades, complete with pigment formulas, some around a hundred years old, to play with.) Christine Nagel, Hermès’s perfumer, created a delicate custom scent for the lipsticks. And Pierre Hardy, creative director of jewelry and shoes, designed the graphic packaging, which is made of lacquered metal and Hermès’s “permabrass” hardware (the same that is used on its handbags).
— Hermès moves into makeup with the Rouge Hermès lipstick (24 colors, $67, refills $42). Read more in Is This the Birkin Bag of Lipstick? at Wall Street Journal.