The recent Hermes 2013 spring/summer show during Paris Fashion Week was notably absent of any outrageously bold designs and superfluous aesthetics. Instead, what was presented was a display of conservative yet elegantly tailored offerings that will appeal to any modern man on the street. Check out a couple of pieces below:
For the collection, designer Veronique Nichanian utilized staple tones and hues to create a wide range of pieces that are as timeless as they are minimal. There was also a bit of experimenting using color-blocking techniques and tonal layering outfits. Among the sea of muted blue tones paired with white button downs and matching footwear, neutral tan, muted olive and neon yellows helped provide a bit of contrast.
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