StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

StyleAndMinimalism | Collections | SS15 | Hermès Vestiaire

As I look through this collection I know that (for now at least) it will have to remain a dream to wear these clothes. But it’s one I’m very happy to dwell on. I’d take pleasure in wearing every piece in the collection but it’s the cerulean blue blazer, white linen cropped trousers and that phenomenal blue leather jacket that are top of my (imaginary) wish list.

Zöe Ghertner has captured so much in these photographs. There’s a warmth in the images that evokes memories for me of summers spent in the Mediterranean. The texture of the soft buttery leather in contrast with the time worn stone and the old cracked bark is elegant and sophisticated. The way she’s captured the light seeping through the branches. It’s rare that a photo shoot commands my attention like this one but the setting, lighting and clothes are all just so wonderful.

I can’t wait to see the next collection and start dreaming all over again.

Hermès Vestiaire SS15
Photographer Zöe Ghertner | Stylist Camille B Waddington | Model Othilia Simon

Photos: Zöe Ghertner via The Wall