replica hermes handbags Spring and Summer RTW Fashion Show Show
replica hermes handbags October 2, 2017, Paris by SARAH MOWER Hermès is the totem of Parisian designers. No matter how you like to evaluate it, this French brand, which is derived from the production of horses and has a rich historical heritage, is a guiding star, and has inspired countless designers with different styles, including famous designers including Phoebe Philo and Demna Gvasalia. The influence of Hermès. Martin Margiela’s collection for Hermès in the 1990s still influences today’s fashion. However, the current head of Hermès, Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski, did not follow this old road.
For the spring and summer series, she insisted on her deep concept of pattern, color and silhouette.
Plaid is one of the themes. The audience walked along the corridors with squared paper. When they came to their seats, they saw a booklet titled “Hermès Colors” with British musician Jarvis Cocker for these colors. The written text, which is the lyrics of the music created by the commission. The first set is a green tartan horse blanket cloak with a dark green poplin shirt and high-waist shorts made from nubuck calf leather. Next, there were fifty sets of various costumes, mostly slender and slender suit trousers, jackets and tight-fitting half-length skirts. Plaid elements continue to appear, interpreting a variety of patterns, from picnic plaid on blue suits to Madras plaid on black and white pleated T-shirts. The fortieth to forty-sixth sets of works are also printed with Hermès’ Grand Menage scarf. In order to understand these works, we need to consult the reference materials in the booklet, and some of the information is written in English. Of course, it is their work to make Hermès stand out from similar brands. This kind of skill has a frenetic significance from the level of French culture and is worthy of people’s appreciation.
If a rich woman meets these clothes in the store, she will definitely be fascinated by it. The beauty of Vanhee-Cybulski lies in the choice of fabric texture and the information she conveys. She is not ironic, there are no hidden lines, and she does not play with the various petty bourgeoisie symbols, which are the creative materials commonly used by some of my peer designers. When she forgot the vertical settings in her collection and made a large, stunning creamy leather cloak inspired by a horse blanket, this was the moment when she was most consistent with the pace of other brands. In addition, this series is obsessive with self. Translation: Wu Mingli