GQ Australia hosts a chic beach get-together and Hermès is the guest of honor. Stylist Trevor Stones captures the elegance of the season with highlights from the French brand’s fall-winter 2017 collection. Adding a youthful attitude to the occasion, models Lucas Satherley, Taj Richmond, and Joey Gould star in the fashion editorial.
Hermès - French Fashion House
Hermès is a French fashion house, which was established in 1837 by Thierry Hermès. While Hermès has men's and women's ready to wear collections, the brand is renown for its scarves, fragrances, and leather goods. The French label also boasts fine tableware, which features porcelain and crystal. Véronique Nichanian is the current menswear designer of Hermès. Keeping in line with the fashion house's image, Nichanian is known for approaching classic staples with luxurious materials.
Approaching spring-summer 2018, the Hermès man earns himself well-deserved leisure time. Creative director Veronique Nichanian takes up a casual style philosophy but doesn’t forget the charm of elegance. It’s here that a graphic nature of contrast weaves itself throughout a collection of interchangeable separates. Related: Hermès Delivers Classic Touch of Luxury for Fall ’17 Collection… [Read More]
Dennis Weber brings us another great story. The fashion photographer focuses his lens on Louisa model Elvis Jarrs. Returning to our pages, Elvis embraces a luxurious wardrobe from Hermès. Donning choice pieces from the brand’s spring-summer 2017 collection, Elvis cosigns a color palette, which consists of yellow, brown, and chic neutrals. Posing against striking lines… [Read More]
Model Serge Rigvava stars in a new editorial from Le Monde D’Hermès. Sporting looks from Hermès’ spring-summer 2017 collection, Serge connects with stylist Beat Bolliger. Venturing outdoors and taking the city by storm, Serge is captured by the lens of photographer Laura Coulson. Serge embraces a mix of vibrant colors and neutrals as he dons… [Read More]
The fundamentals of menswear are alive and well when it comes to the fall-winter 2017 collection of Hermès. Sharp tailored plaid sports coats, monochromatic velvet numbers, houndstooth coats, and ribbed cashmere turtleneck sweaters were among the luxurious highlights. Once again, Hermès creative director Véronique Nichanian pulls together a seamless wardrobe for the French fashion house’s… [Read More]