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Since 1987, it has been a tradition for Hermès to attribute each seasonal collection to a specific theme that inspires its artistic direction. The first official theme – titled “The Year of Fireworks” – was introduced by the late Jean-Louis Dumas to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the fashion house. Now, Jean-Louis’s son and current artistic director of Hermès – Pierre-Alexis Dumas – gives this storytelling concept a contemporary spin with a slight element of humor. For its 2014 spring/summer range, the longstanding brand celebrates metamorphosis with a whimsical short film titled, “Man on the Move.” Directed by Romain Laurent and shot in Paris, dancer Jérémie Bélingard magically jumps in and out of clothing from Hermès’ current collection. Grab a closer look at the range here.