A first glimpse of the living Hermès AW21 men’s ready-to-wear collection

Looking for the perfect wardrobe? The Hermès Homme collection is up for grabs this season.

It’s time to shake things up and add some bold pieces to your winter wardrobe before the holiday season begins.

Muted palettes and deeper hues contrasting with brighter accents spring to mind, and so the AW21 Men’s Ready-to-Wear collection from Hermès is a perfect wardrobe update to end 2021 and welcome 2022 in style.

Courageous and daring

This year, the Hermès AW21 Menswear Ready-to-Wear collection invites us to revisit something we have all been deprived of for a long time: the movement of the world. Whether it is movements across the globe or between the world outside and within our borders, that is left to our interpretation.

Shape and fabric

The Hermès AW21 Men’s Ready-to-Wear collection also plays on the binary nature of things, walking the fine line between casual and elegant. Practicality is seen through compact materials against a voluptuous form, creating a fuzzy line between formal and informal clothing – an apt interpretation, given that we are now roaming the virtual worlds of Zoom meeting, home living and hybrid workdays in the office.

The geometric variations of the Hermès AW21 Men’s Ready-to-Wear designs add even more excitement to the movements of its wearers. At the same time, the pieces of this collection offer comfort thanks to flexible materials and dimensions. Think of pieces like hooded parkas, mock-neck biker jackets, zip-up mock-neck cardigans and jogging pants to three-piece suits in materials ranging from wool, to water-repellent compact cotton twill and in leather – suede, lambskin, calfskin – with graphic signatures and playful asymmetrical pockets. Other details allude to the House‘s equestrian heritage, such as stirrup stings and string stings, which are needling techniques used in the manufacture of horse saddles.

Check out the full collection below:

For more information or to shop the looks, visit Hermès Malaysia.

This article first appeared on Prestige Thailand.



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