Hermes Spring Summer 2014

I don’t normally review diffusion lines but used to review Miu Miu because it was one of the last shows of Paris fashion week and it was kind of a celebratory review to end a month of shows. Now that Hermès comes after Miu Miu, I’m making this my last show (and skipping Prada’s little sister brand.) I have three words that will perfectly describe Hermès’ show: Dries Van Noten. This was signature Dries, but not in a bad “we copied him” way – in a very good way. Dries Van Noten essentially makes classic, fashionable, interesting, wearable clothing for women, in interesting colour combinations and with nice prints. More brands should take this approach (it seems like a no-brainer, right?) and that’s what Hermès did. This is a great collection that I am sure will sell like hotcakes. What a lovely end to Paris Fashion Week – a great show from my favourite luxury brand in the whole wide world. Stay tuned tomorrow for some Paris catwalk shoe porn, and then back to my regular blogging and ranting next week.

I love…

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that even though this doesn’t look very Hermes, it still looks really nice.

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classy leather coats.

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easy dresses.

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a modern take on the Hermes print.

All images from Vogue.com.

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