I think that it’s time to go back to a more honest vision of fashion, and that there is room for a simpler, more pared-down wardrobe that is better suited to everyday life. I have always campaigned to bring quality and, if possible, poetry to everyday life. You don’t change your wardrobe every six months. You build it up over time.
-New Hermes designer Christophe Lemaire tells WWD
I agree with building your wardrobe overtime and purchasing items you will want/have forever, but I don’t think that has anything to do with a “more honest vision of fashion” and excuse me, ”a simpler more pared-down wardrobe.”
What the balls is he talking about? Do you even want to sell clothes?