Hermes opens a luxury Sydney gym like no other
Hermes will launch HermesFit, a temporary workout venue, in Sydney on the 14th and 16th of next month at The Hordern Pavilion.
The HermesFit pop-up will be styled in the house’s recognisable orange, with graphic motifs adorning the walls. It will feature a space for scheduled workout classes such as a weights wall with Hermes kettlebells and barbells, a callisthenics course inspired by silk, a boxing ring that serves as a photo booth, and a juice bar.
The gym will also provide sessions including kickboxing, ‘small leather goods workout’, silk yoga, and ‘belt stretching’. Customers can enter the facility and meet the trainers by stopping by or scheduling a class online.
Hermes says the central boxing ring will be converted into a stage for performances, DJ sets, and live concerts and local experts will be on hand to help individuals through their selected workout sessions. Additionally, there is a circular ping-pong table with a racket decorated with silk designs.
HermesFit is an international series with stops in many different countries that aims to inspire people to be active and live healthy lifestyles. The pop-up gym has already been introduced by the luxury fashion brand in Thailand, France, China, Japan, and the US.
Fitness class registrations are available and customers can learn more via the Hermes website.