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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Astrid21, Oct 19, 2003.
not his best Hermès collection.. i liked the last two white&red pieces from the second plate, those knot ideas and the cropped trousers, i really dont think so..
thanks astrid for the article and the pictures
not teh best for amrgiela, but nice
No thanks to the clothes. Thanks for the photos.
I still expected better and more inventive ideas.
How long did he design for Hermes?anyone?
^ Quite a while. From 1998 to 2004. I think he made much more sense at Hermes than Jean-Paul. Though Margiela could never attract the amount of press and hype JPG does. Back in the Margiela days, Hermes shows weren't even covered on style.com. But I think there was a certain quiet luxury in his clothes that seemed more fitting with the brand.
^ totally agree
Good information, m-o-m.
Have you any idea if there are threads here on the 98-04 collections (besides this one?) I did a search but it was so overwhelmingly long ...wondered if it was worth the time to search here, or elsewhere. I'm veryvery interested in seeing pictures of these collections!
Here you go, cerfas.
I must say that the clothes may often look plain or downright boring on the runway. But it was the sumptuous, no-holds-barred luxury of the materials that made these clothes amazing. Too bad they are no longer in stores.
HERMES femme has always had the very best designers , from Christiane Bailly to Eric Bergere . Margiela was the best , a minimalist and an innovator . I suppose Gaultier goes in the opposite direction - not really to my taste . I think the Daumas-Hermes management are extracting as much as they can from Gaulter , to justify their funding of his epomymous house .
It was reported that Jil Sander ws once considered to replace Martin Margiela . Her design philosophy would have been much more fitting to the house's tradition than Jean-Paul's , I think .
HERMES homme has not done at all badly , either , with Thomas Meier , and lately Veronique Nichanian , for the last 12 years or so . She designs the absolutely essential and ultimate French chic for men . Just don't look for fireworks .
I see what you're saying, m-o-m. Thanks for the link!
I love Veronique Nichanian, her clothes are just gorgeous. Everything a man like me would love to wear...