Hermès has been synonymous with luxury for over 180 years, since its founding as a harness and saddlery workshop in 1837. Despite its focus on timeless, trendless pieces made from the most elevated of materials, the house has also welcomed a roll-call of fashion’s most progressive designers as creative directors, including Martin Margiela and Jean Paul Gaultier. Véronique Nichanian, the artistic director of menswear for over thirty years, is the longest-serving non-founding artistic director in fashion today, and her collections emphasise a minimal, contemporary and highly sophisticated approach to design.
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