When it comes to luxury, French brand Hermès is the definition of a quiet sort of luxury, and one that prides itself on craftsmanship and design. Unlike flashier counterparts that look to splashing logos across their items, Hermès let’s their design sensibilities speak for itself, with its signature quirky stamp a recurring theme through all their pieces.
For spring/summer 2018, creative director Nadège Vanhée-Cybulski designed a collection that is playful and attempts to redefine our reception on what is fresh and elegant today, here are 4 thing's we've learnt about the collection.
1. Classic bags get an updated new twist
Ever the purveyor of taste, classic bags like the Birkin and Kelly gets an update with bright colour blocks and graphic prints. Think of bright daffodil yellow totes with turquoise trim and clutches in saturated tones. And it’s not just the women that get to have all the fun. The men’s bags are a throwback to classic Americana sports like baseball and basketball, with quirky sports motifs running through the leather goods.
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2. Your holiday wardrobe is just as important
Going on a holiday? They've got you covered. Bold colours continues to feature strongly in their silk scarves, hats and shoes, making it the perfect shop-all collection for a travel wardrobe. Picture this: you're poolside, Panama hat on, with a coconut in hand. Ah... bliss.
3. Jewellery takes on a minimalistic look
Jewellery takes on a minimalistic form, with silver and gold pieces in geometric shapes. It's clear these pieces are the focus, and they're the perfect statement to enhance a classic shirt and jeans combo. The brand also plays with mixed materials, combining leather and metal with tribal-inspired prints to create textured pieces that looked great when stacked with classic Hermès Collier de Chien bracelets.
4. Your home is just as important as your wardrobe
When it comes to a storied house like Hermès, it’s not just a brand, but a lifestyle. From furniture to a super chic foosball table (trust us when we say you won’t find this particular piece at your local bar), Hermès understands that when it comes to luxury, it always starts at home. Creating pieces that are both practical and stylish, these items perfectly straddle the line of form and function and would look great in any home as show pieces even if you can’t bear to use them.
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