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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Hermès - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

After four successful years of loyal services, Christophe Lemaire revealed his last vision of the Hermès woman as artistic director on this last day of collections. And we felt the heat from the first pieces. A catwalk stuck in the sand, and an orange light evoking an escapade in Africa. White, ecru and grege, open the show for the enveloping and comfortable outfits, constituting of pleated skirts, large jackets, loose trousers, light skirts with splits and shirts with rolled up sleeves. An omnipresent and perceptible comfort, with volume and light materials which fall impeccably. A long sleeveless jacket in cashmere with a collar wrapped like a scarf keeps you warm in the fresh evenings. Crocodile skin was used for the Bermuda shorts, mixed with knitted jumpers and also suede sweatshirts. The print was seen on many pieces in strong tones for the tunic dresses tied at the waist with a large belt. The clothes play a protective role. True to his image, Christophe Lemaire leaves this house with softness and elegance, to concentrate on the development of his eponymous label.

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