Collection Report: Spring/Summer ’20—Spark The World’s Crucial Dialogues

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Longevity is perhaps one of the strongest suits when it comes to Hermès, and creative director Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski made it her mission to propel it even further this season. Inspired by the artisans at the company’s headquarters in Pantin, France, aprons worn by its craftspeople were transformed into ’90s tunics and tailored shell tops, while elsewhere in the collection, utilitarian leather bibs were layered over a silk blouson, styled over pegged leather trousers. But where craftsmanship was concerned, a leather patchwork shift dress stood out—its seamless construction a testament to the artistry of the maison.

Wrap star coming through at Hermes Spring/ Summer ’20


A nod to the maison’s leather craftmanship and artisans on the runway at Hermes Spring/Summer ’20

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