Sumptuous interpretations of outerwear classics — like an off-white leather parka or a double-breasted navy trench with zip pockets — rubbed shoulders with athletic influences in this self-assured collection. There were luxurious jogging pants in navy cashmere with leather and suede accents, and ski sweaters boasting two-tone raglan sleeves and sporty stripes at the elbows.
Angling the modern man, there were also reinventions of familiar basics, best exemplified in a navy V-neck sweater with a gleaming, dotted silk scarf surface.
The Hermès man is willing to take a few fashion-forward risks for fall, blending his active pursuits with his city life and pulling off unusual color combinations. He pairs his navy peacoat with hiking boots sporting yellow laces, and revs up his dark brown and slate gray wardrobe with pops of dark pink, russet red and even buttercup yellow, seen on a technical cotton gabardine pant.
Tailoring was form fitting, yet relaxed and unassuming. Even the more precious pieces, such as the astrakhan blouson and a croc bomber that was as languid as a cardigan, blended into the landscape.