Hermès Men’s SS25: Here Comes the Sun

Véronique Nichanian presented a serene collection, embodying the notes of summer those in Paris were so deeply craving.

Here in Paris, where winter has dragged well into June, Hermès’s SS25 men’s show delivered a marked change of climate. Inside the Palais d’Iena, the air was stiflingly warm, and large screens displayed light filtering through water. It was summer, articulated in a collection that was filled with the most elegant beachwear money can buy.

Véronique Nichanian presented a relaxed silhouette, delivered in an ocean-inspired color palette. This Hermès man wore loosely tailored jackets, wide-legged draw-string trousers and billowing shirts half-unbuttoned. His chest peeked out from a scoop-necked tank tops, worn beneath short-sleeved shirts. He accessorized with a docker beanie, leather sandals and bracelets with small silver shells between chain links. On one of his shirts, the print faded into the fabric, just as water erases marks from the sand.

Outside, after the show, the rain had cleared. Sunny days ahead!

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