A sense of dandy chic.

Within Hermès’s latest Men’s Fall/Winter 2024 collection, Véronique Nichanian, the visionary creative director, introduces a fresh paradox seamlessly melding strength and rebellion. The silhouettes burst to life with playful energy, orchestrating a vibrant mix of shapes and borrowed figures from the men’s wardrobe. Nichanian reveals a collection where versatility claims the spotlight, showcasing a refined playfulness that transcends conventional boundaries.

Picture yourself in an English countryside afternoon, adorned in khakis, cobalt, and charcoal, effortlessly blending tweed, cashmere, and leather. It’s a scene straight from an episode of “The Crown.” Envision this, and you’re seamlessly transported to your next season in Hermès.

In this collection, Hermès effortlessly champions the trend of quiet luxury, affirming its commitment to refined opulence. Each piece is a testament to the brand’s dedication to timeless elegance and understated sophistication, where every detail is carefully curated to create a harmonious balance between male strength and versatility.

Courtesy of Hermès
Courtesy of Hermès
Courtesy of Hermès

Themes & Motifs

The collection features an array of garments, ranging from turtleneck pullovers to round-neck sweaters and cashmere and alpaca cardigans. The inclusion of an equestrian reflection print adds a touch of cinematic allure, transforming each piece into something reminiscent of a scene from a film. The pieces exude a delightful combination of chic, wearability, and quality. Irreverence is at play in these garments with multiple lives: reversible, superimposable, and transformable.

Accessories take centre stage, particularly in today’s prevailing male fashion. The runway showcased intriguing leather and Boucle Sellier on the Rocks necklaces, and bracelets, blending modern aesthetics with a touch of rock ‘n’ roll. The collection also features cashmere beanies and gum canvas bucket hats, adding a contemporary twist to accessorizing. Noteworthy are the Fourre-tout Étrivière bags, crafted in Evercalf or Togo calfskin, contributing a refined and wearable element to the ensemble for the modern man.

Courtesy of Hermès – Armando Grillo
Courtesy of Hermès – Armando Grillo

The Faces

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Final Note

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As the realm of men’s fashion undergoes a transformative journey, a noticeable shift towards a nuanced appreciation for quiet luxury becomes apparent — a departure from flamboyant showcases of opulence. This evolving trend reflects a growing affinity among men for refined subtlety, prioritizing understated elegance and timeless design over ostentatious branding.

Hermès, with its latest collection, once again asserts its mastery in the realm of quiet luxury, skilfully embodying the trend of versatility. The fusion of dandy chic and muted tones, complemented by the artful use of tweeds, wool, and edgy leather, showcases a thoughtful nod to English countryside aesthetics. Within this masterclass, Hermès not only elevates wearability, but also venerates craftsmanship and timelessness, redefining sophistication for the discerning modern man.

Hermès’ Fall Winter 2024 collection emerges as an embodiment of refined opulence, inviting the contemporary man to embrace a wardrobe that seamlessly marries style and substance.

Franco-Lebanese luxury industry enthusiast, Aya Mechelany, writes features across all editorial pillars of KHAMSA. With the goal of finding contemporary & cool subjects from her own personal experience, as well as her passions and inspirations, Aya deep dives into various subjects to inspire and excite like-minded readers.