The departure of Christophe Lemaire in the face of the arrival of Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski.Hermès announced on 21 July that Christophe Lemaire was stepping down as artistic director of the luxury house after several years as director of the house’s women’s collection.
Successor of Jean Paul Gaultier in this position, Christophe Lemaire declared himself proud and privileged to have worked for Hermès. After having delighted us with his sumptuous dresses made of noble materials, the young designer has decided to concentrate on his eponymous brand, which, in the midst of a restructuring, has recently experienced a 40% growth.
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A rumour that was true
Following rumours that French designer Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski would be joining the company, Hermès has confirmed her succession. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, as well as the IFM, she will take over the reins of artistic direction at Hermès from the autumn-winter 2015-16 collection, which will be presented in March 2015. The luxury houses have understood that the future is assured by youth.
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