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Hermès brings depth and definition for Spring/Summer ’21

Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski reinvented the codes of Hermès during Paris Fashion Week...
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Hermès opted for a physical show to highlight its Spring/Summer ’21 collection during Paris Fashion Week and it was one not to be missed.

If you’ve tuned in online (just like us), you would’ve noticed a set that brought depth to the catwalk, courtesy of mirrors and a maze of digitalised columns, therefore an abstract take on Greek ruins. 

Depth was another pillar that was experimented further in the collection. Creative Director Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski crafted a chorus of defined silhouettes that found its inspiration during lockdown.

Due to the coronavirus, tactility has been taken away from us and for Vanhee-Cybulski, it was the yearning for that human touch that made her translate her emotions in a beautiful pastel-hued collection. 

A parade of soft fabrics (the kind you just want to keep on your skin) dominated the collection, silhouettes fell freely on the body and there was a sexiness to the range as there were backless tops, side cut-outs, caged leather, mini dresses and cropped tops. 

Browse through some of our favourite looks from the show below…