The idea of easy dressing and relaxed elegance gets translated throughout this collection thus elevating the idea of athleisure for Hermès’s refined clientele.

Artistic director Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski was inspired by laid-back elegance and comfort for her Fall/Winter 2022-

Vanhee-Cybulski managed to put a twist on classic staples with a innovative blazers and masculine, dyed shirts in

The show itself was really beautiful. The looks seemed to float off the catwalk. This ease in design is certainly a “For me it’s really about clothes that enable you to move freely. I think it’s not about going to anything too casual — I think it’s about making an effort, but also the ability to move within your clothes,” she had previously said about her work.

The idea of easy dressing and relaxed elegance gets translated in long-sleeved jumpsuits, sheer dresses, and printed skirts with side slits. The entire collection was steeped in minimalism and vertical lines. My favorites included the matching shorts looks with sweaters and tall boots, as well as a black leather mini dress with a ruffled blouse underneath, and the tan leather jumpsuit with a knit sweater.

Vanhee-Cybulski wants the Hermès woman to feel in control of her own destiny and taking charge of how she dresses herself is one way to build on that confidence. “Wide-eyed, happy, she will walk vaporously ensconced in a loose-fitting, lichen-blue sheepskin reversible coat — powerful, in synergy with her own intensity,” the runway notes read.



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