Hermès presented its Fall/Winter 2019 collection by Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski during Paris Fashion Week.
The designer has, once again, honored the house codes while injecting subtle rebellious touches. The attitude was chic but not uptight and even sexy at times, with high-waisted shorts matched daringly with strappy, lacquered-heel pumps, and contrast with the down blanket coat in water-repellent calfskin, which conceals a quilted lining. Leather was omnipresent, like supple leather worked like fabric on a trench coat, a jacket or a pencil skirt.
A jockey-inspired blouse featuring the Couvertures et Tenues de Jour scarf, a riding jacket, or a jacket whose buckle resembles a stirrup bar, create a crisp look. Cockades and equestrian browbands become part of the Hermès woman’s wardrobe.