BREAKING NEWS, DEPARTURE.
Christophe Lemaire, known as the creative director of women’s wear at Hermès leaves the house after four years of cooperation.
Hermès was founded on 1837 and nowadays has 14 product divisions encompassing leather, scarves, ties, men’s wear, women’s fashion, perfume, watches, stationery, footwear, gloves, enamel, decorative arts, tableware, and jewelry.
Lemaire told to media “Working for Hermès has been a great pleasure, a profoundly enriching experience on both a human and professional level. I am proud of what we have built together. My own label is growing in an important way, and I now really want and need to dedicate myself to it fully”.
LEMAIRE SS15 REVIEW.
The designer, several years back spearheaded Lacoste transition from sport to Fashion Label House. Now, on SS15 show we show us another side on where his own brand seems more relaxed; far from ethnic look casual suits look looser and looser more like pajamas or tunics. His palette tone was navy, stone, ecru, black. Lemaire achieved gave us an amazing dose of minimalism with a chic French-touch.
NEW FACE ON HERMÈS: Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski
A few names were over the table but finally the French House pronounced and named Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski as its new women’s fashion designer and they declared “ She will be dedicated to the house full-time.” Vanhee-Cybulski wil begin designing the Fall-Winter collection after the departure of Christophe Lemaire. Ms. Vanhee-Cybulski’s first collection will be shown in March.
She had worked previously in some of the trendiest designer labels like The Row, Celine, or Maison Martin Margiela.