April 28th, 2014
On My Inspiration Board

All Hail Hermès

I’m shooting today, so I thought I would put up some fab images from Le Monde d’Hermès featuring one of my all-time favorite models, Guinevere van Seenus (the blonde), and styled by Camille Bidault Waddington.

The top pic is from Hermès Vestaire d’Été 2014.

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BOTTEGA VENETA

Intreciatto leather slides

BALMAIN

Double-breasted wool twill blazer

SAINT LAURENT

Theo raw-edge cowboy ankle boot

KENNETH JAY LANE

Gold-tone clip earrings

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

Layered denim peplum jacket

MADEWELL

Courier cotton shirt

ANCIENT GREEK SANDALS

Thais oven raffia and leather skides

CÉLINE

Sunglasses

AGNES BADDOO

Two-Toned Sac 1

J.CREW

Robin silk-satin shirt

MANOLO BLAHNIK

Pascalare 70mm boot black suede

APIECE APART

Merida cropped cotton-blend twill wide-leg pants

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  • These are really lovely images! I think both models look amazing in the publication, I have a copy too – the dark haired model reminds me of Jennifer Connelly.

    SilkPathDiaryApril 28th, 2014  6:03 AM

     
  • Usually it comes in the mail and I look forward to the gorgeous photography and interesting stories every season. I should have picked it up on my swing through the Madison store last week, it wasn’t in the giant pile of mail when I got home yesterday. Maybe requires another trip . . . Cheers, Laura

    laura (@cocktailsandgelato.com)April 28th, 2014  9:12 AM

     
  • Beautiful! I love the sandals in the very first photo…

    A Note On StyleApril 28th, 2014  9:12 AM

     
  • Preston, who is the photographer?
    Beautiful.

    courttrentApril 28th, 2014  9:50 AM

     
  • I want/need the sandals on the first page. Where oh where can I find them?

    MaryApril 29th, 2014  12:43 AM

     
  • I see some ready to wear and leather pieces that I would definitely consider purchasing. However, I think their once iconic silk scarf designs have been disappointing for several years now. Perhaps some of their long time designers have retired or they may now incorporate automated production techniques that affect the overall look. For several years now, their silk scarf designs look as though they could have been digitally produced and lack the richness and fabulous color combinations they once had. Like all works of art, it requires a real artist.

    PaulaApril 29th, 2014  1:41 AM

     
  • Where we can find the sandals in the first photo? They’re perfect!

    http://tallshortblog.com/

    Tory & KerryMay 13th, 2014  1:06 PM

     

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