Few Luxury brands offer the vision of undiluted opulence, wholly driven by a desire to create versatile essentials of peerless quality. Hermes, creative director Véronique Nichanian holds one such line. Fall/Winter 2021 is a continuation of that ideal, offering only understated garments manufactured with the finest craftsmanship.
Thoughtful touches bolstered much of the apparel on display, including overshirts finished with leather-trimmed zipper pulls and jackets finished in a mixed material-technical/fleece hybrid which is cozy as well as efficiently functional. Made for an elegant match, the carrot cut pants and a mix of leather shoes and softly clunky sneakers are no less sophisticated than the lush leather layering pieces and sleek knitwear, which occasionally sprouted its own fleece panels for extra comfort.
The loudest items on display are contrast-stitched shirts with tilted pockets, sweaters woven with bold — yet muted — patterns, and the occasional print, with Hermès, customers know they aren’t getting aggro branding. Lush wool anoraks and silk shirting occasionally sported a playful madras or illustrative bit of artwork, enlivening the subtle air of opulence that pervaded throughout.
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