Fall/Winter 2016 marks Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski’s third main collection for Hermès, and it’s evident that the designer is coming into her own. This season, Cybulski played with far more experimental looks such as a belted shearling vest and brown sweater layered over a neon green turtleneck, and added prints into the mix.
Cybulski added in a number of prints this season, all of which played off a navy and white color scheme that seemed almost like the tones found in an “evil eye” symbol. She paired them back with traditional navy separates, but also mixed prints together for a bolder look.
While Cybulski played with the non-traditional, she also honored house codes such as luxurious leather, standout coat silhouettes and textured knits.
Cybulski also sent out a trio of grey looks, continuing the sleek, pared down look that she perfected at The Row, and has implemented so well at Hermès.
For the final looks, Cybulski played with silhouette, pairing languid silk skirts with sweaters or creating entire sweater dresses. She also continued experimenting, combining thin socks with heels.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US