Why not? “At least if it all becomes a theme park, we can ride trams between shows,” Josh Peskowitz, the boys’s trend director of Moda Operandi, a luxurious e-commerce platform, stated at a present Sunday morning on the outskirts of Paris. “And not worry about this horrible traffic.”
On Found Poetry
If trend reveals generally fail to cohere, they nearly at all times produce some second of sudden delight. Take Hermès. For a second time a characteristically delicate and refined Hermès present was held within the courtyard of the Mobilier National, France’s nationwide furnishings warehouse.
In January, the presentation was indoors, however this time the 18th-century bergères, stiff Regency facet chairs, plastic workplace seating from the 1960s had been moved right into a courtyard, a ragtag meeting of furnishings arrayed like friends at an unlikely cocktail get together.
The number of the chairs served as a reminder of what Vogue.com referred to as “the scale and depth of human design ingenuity,” and the unsung genius of nice craftsmanship utilized to things of easy operate. Similarly, they underscored one thing relevant to the Hermès designer Véronique Nichanian, who persistently seems a few of the handsomest utilitarian clothes no peculiar mortal can presumably afford.
But by no means thoughts that. What stayed with this observer was not the simple reversible Windbreakers Ms. Nichanian designed for junior oligarchs to put on aboard their Embraer Phenom 100s, however a scrap of discovered poetry found within the present notes. The colours of Hermès spring 2020, it defined, are as follows:
“Khaki, Mint, Celadon, Lagoon, Plum, Tobacco, Rust, Corn, Desert, Sand, Silex, Hemp, Foam, White, Bubblegum Pink.”