Christophe Lemaire Ready to Wear Collection Includes Alpaca & Baby Alpaca

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Sensuality, purity and femininity are the proposals of Hermès for autumn-winter 2013-14. By Christophe Lemaire comes a breath of fresh air, with a touch of French charm that gives it a whole new flexibility and very controlled. The sensuality governed finds himself easily into silhouettes that marched through the collection presented to the Ready to Wear in Paris, held in the library of the Lycée Henri-IV, prepared for the occasion with the warm tones of wood paneling and elegant furniture old.
A BALLET OF FABRICS - The collection is divided between tissues playful and surprising combinations. Long elegant hood, flared skirts or high-waisted wrap, lambskin or calf, single-breasted suits, trousers tube, a dressing gown coats, jackets, collarless, trench coats and fur coats and knitted jackets to aviator jackets and style navy. For a sober and delicate designs the Hermès woman with noble traits and emancipated.

A shining materials and fabrics are also skilfully combined, all enriched by fine-art prints, among which include "Minéraux" Hugo Grygkar (1959), "Click Clack" by Julie Abadie (1979), and "Maillons" Joël Stein (1960). We find goatskin, calfskin moire coats with leather yokes, chiffon and crocodile, cashmere, alpaca, baby alpaca, wool and cashmere herringbone pattern, cotton batiste, no one has it in the pallette of fabrics more chic.