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A peek into the liberated Hermès’ Spring/Summer 2022 Show

Art remains a key element of Hermès‘ show for the women’s ready-to-wear Spring/Summer 2022 collection.

Shifting from the triptych of performance arts in the women’s ready-to-wear AW21 show, this time, the maison brightly captures summer brightness through a series of enormous paintings, Panoramas, by artist Flora Moscovici. Measuring around six metres in height and nine metres wide, the paintings were arranged in a fluid, circular manner that overlapped to convey the sun-filled dynamic of the collection.

The shades of the show’s backdrop and Moscovici’s paintings further reflect the key shades of the collection itself, with yellow and ocher taking centre stage as the shades representing the freedom of spring and summer. While light linens and cotton might come to mind for the two seasons, this year’s collection from Hermès is accentuated with soft leather to represent bare skin, while studs and stitches add more character to the sharp and curvaceous lines presented. Despite the heavier elements, the collection remains delicate and free with fine details and expressive prints, along with other pieces in gauzy silk, drawstring and eyelet details. 

From shorts featuring drawstring waist, trench coats to leather dresses and jackets, discover all the looks from the Spring/Summer 2022 collection below:

For more information, visit Hermès.

This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Bangkok

(All images: Hermès)

Nicharee Phatitit
Print and multimedia content creator Nicharee is a journalist, translator and copywriter who has written extensively for several of Thailand's prominent lifestyle publications and luxury beauty brands. In her free time, she enjoys doing interior styling and writing English and Korean poetry.
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