Livestream The Hermès Men's Summer 2022 Show Here

Livestream The Hermès Men's Summer 2022 Show Here

Livestream The Hermès Men's Summer 2022 Show Here

Watch the unveiling of Hermès' newest collection on Saturday, June 26 at 8:00 am EST.

Watch the unveiling of Hermès' newest collection on Saturday, June 26 at 8:00 am EST.

Text: Rocio Fabbro

Hermès will be showcasing its Men’s Summer 2022 collection live on Saturday, June 26 at 8:00 am EST. 

The Parisian luxury house, founded in 1837, has been a staple in the fashion world for over a century. Staying true to its heritage while keeping with the times in terms of sustainable development and creative freedom, Hermès is an unmistakable force in luxury design.

The Men’s Summer 2021 collection focused on “[e]xpressing lightness, simplicity and nonchalance,” using “its clean silhouettes” to “create a timelessly casual look.” Simple designs and classic colors and silhouettes marked the collection. In a time that seemed chaotic and disorganized, the Summer 2021 collection served to ground audiences.

The show will once again be directed by Cyril Teste. The multidisciplinary artist has brought Véronique Nichanian’s artistic vision to life for the last two seasons, creating a virtual runway show as close to the real thing as possible. Using 360 views and immersive angles, editing and creating the show in real-time, and bringing the audience backstage into intimate spaces with the models, viewers from around the world got to experience a runway quite unlike any other.

This year should be no different - except it appears that the newest collection will be somewhat brighter and louder than last year’s. Blurry teasers haven't given much a way, but sunny yellows, bright whites and beige will definitely play a major role in this collection's theme.

Watch the Hermès Men’s Summer 2022 Show live streamed from Paris here:

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