One of the habits I acquired after moving to England is the need to watch Wimbledon. Of course, I’ve done it in the past – I just never experience the itch that seems to appear in June these days.
I blame Federer. And Nadal. They are my favourites, the charismatic Gods who are passionate about the game and make it beautiful. I watch the match for the sake of seeing those two. I never played tennis myself, nor really felt the need to learn – anything of the running kind isn’t my thing.
Obviously I try to mark the start of every season with a blog post. The one before was about tennis-inspired fashion editorials and today’s story will be about collection that I will love for as long as my mind marbles allow me to.
Every time I see these looks I wish Gaultier never left Hermes. He had such a gift of capturing the effortless elegance and discreet luxury whilst inspiring and teaching the mere mortals like myself how to use and blend the simple colour palette, feminine shapes and modern accessories and create something absolutely stunning, unforgettable, flawless and timeless.
Photo source: Hermes Spring/Summer 2005 via stylebistro.com