A bohemian soul.
A supple allure.
Encounters of grey overtones and bright hues. Trompe-l’œil effects.
From greys to blues: steel, concrete, nickel, silver, cloud, pale blue, greyish blue, ocean blue, navy. White, emerald.
Cool and chic, is the perfect combination of the new Hermes SS14 ready to wear men’s collection that hit the runway a few days back. A fashion statement through simplicity, a refined classic casual wear array by designer Veronique Nichanian.
The new collection manages to balance between utility, and tailored blazers, pants with loose shirts and verged motifs. We loved the overalls, the pockets and the laid back looks mixed with strong collared shirts and leather details. Here are some backstage photos.
*Short belted coats, windbreakers, zipped blousons.
Two-button suits and jackets, double-breasted jackets, jackets with knit collars.
Crew neck pullovers, Tunisian collar pullovers, cardigans, sweatshirts, polo shirts.
Shirts with detachable scarf collars, boat-neck shirts, shirts with supple straight collars
and inverted seams, shirts with collar stand.
One-pleat trousers, straight narrow trousers, straight trousers with inverted seams, drawstring trousers, one-piece jumpsuits, bermuda shorts with quilting, drawstring bermuda shorts.
Metis lambskin, shaded nubuck lambskin, perforated lambskin, metis lambskin
with Cheval ombré trompe-l’oeil print, plain or checked Toilight, cotton poplin with tie print, cotton crepe, cotton and linen gabardine.
Linen and cotton, cotton poplin with tie print, cotton and silk, compact cotton serge, wool canvas and stretch linen, cotton tricotine, technical seersucker.
Extra-fine cashmere, cashmere and cotton with playful stitching, cotton and linen, extra-fine cotton with Cheval ombré trompe-l’œil print.
Cotton poplin, cotton with Nombre d’Or, Della Cavalleria, H en H, and Étriers en cavale prints, linen with Jardin d’été print.