October 2nd, 2021
SS22 Collections

Hermès: Wear Forever Clothes

A gorgeous SS22 Hermès show and I want to really see each look, not just the video. To be continued.

Also, How To Spend It has a fantastic profile on Nadège Vanhée-Cybulski, the head of womenswear, in this weekend’s magazine.

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GIULIVA HERITAGE

The Heidi cable-knit wool cardigan

VERSACE

Double-breasted virgin wool-twill coat

JUNYA WATANABE

Patchwork Fair Isle-intarsia wool sweater

GUCCI

Gucci Horsebit 1955 small bag

SAINT LAURENT

Belted wool-twill jacket

SAINT LAURENT

Hooded virgin-wool duffel coat

SAINT LAURENT

Belted distressed denim jacket

SAINT LAURENT

Hooded velvet cape

SAINT LAURENT

Hooded wool duffle coat

VINCE

Cashmere sweater

SACAI

Cotton-blend minidress

RAEY

Longline virgin-wool tunic

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  • I loved the sandals in the show

    DebbieOctober 2nd, 2021  10:24 AM

     
  • The sandals did it for me too.

    TracyOctober 2nd, 2021  12:37 PM

     
  • Let me chime in on the sandals. Love. The overalls and coats did it for me. Thank you Preston for the links, I’d forgotten. Can’t wait for closer looks.

    SueMOctober 2nd, 2021  2:03 PM

     
  • The coats, the LEATHER PIECES- sigh. And the last couple of black dresses- so modern and timeless and au courant. The jet landing at the end was perfect. What a collection.

    SeverineOctober 2nd, 2021  4:52 PM

     
  • I loved the overalls, too, with the gorgeous leather trim.

    LeslieSOctober 2nd, 2021  5:04 PM

     
  • A very nice forever collection! Vogue Runway has the photos including close-ups of the garments and shoes.

    RebeccaOctober 2nd, 2021  5:16 PM

     
  • I enjoyed the How to Spend It article and liked practicality of windowpane turtleneck that is part of the AW 21 collection. I was so inspired I signed up for the Hermes newsletter.

    COctober 2nd, 2021  9:41 PM

     
  • It reminds me of Philo and Celine.

    KimOctober 3rd, 2021  12:47 AM

     
  • I absolutely loved the FT interview! After a period of disenchantment with Hermes in general, I have made three RTW purchases over the past few months. A few phrases from the interview stood out: “codes of luxury, tiny details, humble beginnings.” For me, this is the definition of chic.
    A detail reference, drawstring, made my heart skip! First, because my first sewing effort as a girl involved a drawstring waist, and second a reminder of an Hermes SS 2000 skirt, which to this day is possibly the most chic little item hanging in my closet. Ms. Vanhée-Cybulski’s drawing from Hermes’ archives is brilliant as well. Change for the sake of change in fashion is overrated.

    PaulaOctober 3rd, 2021  6:15 PM

     
  • Wow – her apartment is beyond gorgeous. The architecture, furniture and art! Restrained and well curated, but manages to be cozy and homey too.

    KathyOctober 4th, 2021  11:00 AM

     

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