“Rock-mantic” is how Véronique Nichanian described her collection for Hermès, which offered “many different ways to express the notion of masculinity”, alternating slim silhouettes with other softer, relaxed looks and tailored with, albeit deluxe, informal pieces. So on the one hand there were impeccable single and double-breasted suits with a rather fitted blazer and looser trousers, in wool or velvet, worn with a shirt or turtleneck, and on the other a ‘rock’ look, featuring shearling blousons, field jackets and leather trousers or jumpers of different thicknesses tucked into trousers. Nothing was “too exaggerated”, as this is still a super-luxury label producing a wardrobe of long-lasting classics for real rock stars.