We are completely in awe of Hermes’ Spring 20 menswear collection that complies with being subtle yet sophisticated. The very classy and high street style collection was staged at the Paris Fashion Week set at the massive Mobilier National courtyard. The collection was in line with the theme ‘Summery Nonchalance’ perfectly describing the artistic origin of the collection.
The collection looked relaxed and spontaneous which is very much our summer mood. Véronique Nichanian, the creative genius behind the curtain, picked up this theme of summery nonchalance to create an assortment that blends the summery shades into relaxed and laid back capsules.
The colour palette comprised wine shades, bubblegum pink, different tones of green put together with unique shades of mint, aqua and desert all adding to the freshness and exuberance of the collection.
Light colourful jacket with patchword of different silk scarves, textured parka, flat front trousers made of airy and fluid material, buttoned jackets with double patch pockets ready to be styled in both formal and casual looks for the tint of desert colour used, oversized coats and check blazers never looked so chic when done by Hermes. Blackcurrant bomber jackets layered over tunics worn with bubblegum pink pants pretty much sum up how the collection diffused an exuberant mood. Subtle and symmetrical prints donned the collection.
We cannot absolutely forget the colour yellow when we talk about summer. Yellow pants did justice to the vibe by not staying confined to one look and went with printed shirts and olive sweatshirts. Yellow length sweatshirts paired with camel baggy pants are the quintessential example of experimenting different tones of a colour.
Scarves gathered many eyes by making bold statements and refusing to be mere additions to the look and made the attire look synchronised like a hot red scarf added just the right amount of vibrancy and charm endowed by mint green oversized with camel pants. A vibrant pink scarf donned over classic white shirt and olive overcoat was quite the kind of look to go gaga over.