her­mès

Hong Kong Tatler - - Paris -

In a de­par­ture from her usual dis­creet, monochro­matic aes­thetic, cre­ative di­rec­tor Nadège Van­hee-cy­bul­ski took the plunge into a retro-tinged col­lec­tion with an au­tum­nal colour pal­ette. Shades of caramel, teal, taupe and bur­gundy lent a chic ’70s vibe to pieces in­spired by Her­mès’ her­itage, such as high-waisted dresses that ref­er­enced leather aprons, worn over ribbed turtle­necks for a sportif look. Silk scarves were used as a can­vas for some psy­che­delic colour clash­ing, and floaty dresses were stamped with a hand­painted pais­ley mo­tif de­sign. The Her­mès tomboy strode out con­fi­dently in a patch­work char­coal parka with teal fur trim, man­nish trousers and clompy plat­form boots, tak­ing the house syn­ony­mous with time­less, lux­u­ri­ous chic in a youth­ful new di­rec­tion.

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