After success of the circulaire mirror, Gubi are pulling a different shape out of the archives for their latest reissue, the Adnet Rectangulaire mirror.
Like the circulaire, this design dates to the 1950s when Jacques Adnet was working with Hermes, and the use of leather and other equestrian influences came through in his work. In this case, it's the rivets used on the leather of the frame that are particularly inspired by the finest kind of horse tack and give a traditional shape an interesting twist.
Available with a black or tan leather finish, prices for the design start at £595 and go up to £1785.
See it at Nest.