The men of Hermes soaked in the amorous nuances, whilst illustrating a clear picture of what makes the brand distinct in the competitive industry. With an urban charm and sites that have you so invested in every fine detail, the Spring/Summer collection was a hybrid of the brands most notable approaches, reaching for perfection, while mastering precision. Electrical prints on fine tailored trousers, shorts, and button-ups, were among the inspirited pieces that captivated applauded responses. Sweaters, and clean leather jackets, alongside active sportswear jackets, made a perplexing saunter amidst drafty designs. Synonymous to the tone set for the season of menswear with daywear sophistication, dressed with suit pairings and active cuts, Veronique Nichanian still managed to make the collection speak Hermes and conjure the views of their universal following. Nichanian hit the tone of mainstream, bandbox comfort while broadening the power of Hermes outside handbags and accessories. Though, their bags turned up in a familiar fashion during the show, working alongside looks that were ultimately overpowering. Through each design it was evident that Nichanian never lost sight of the brands grip on satisfied customers by creating exclusive, quality products. This collection was a fine attainment of proving that Hermes is in fact a complete brand that covers a wide spectrum of luxury goods.
- Taylor Faulkner Fashion writer
- Illustrations by Doryanna Popa