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Topic - Christophe Lemaire
Summing up his spring-summer 2013 show for Hermes, the house of the jet-setting fashion buyer, Christophe Lemaire said, "a sharp, modernist traveler."
True style doesn't try too hard.
Equestrian styles dominated two major collections on day six of Paris fashion week, with horse-riding vestments _ some comfortably elegant, some constrictingly racy _ the motif explored by Hermes and Givenchy.
Likely motivated by equal parts love and admiration and morbid curiosity, fashion insiders descended Sunday on a tony Paris townhouse to see what could very well be the last ever collection by John Galliano, the brilliant British designer whose undoing last week has shocked and horrified the industry.
If fashion is any guide, better days may be ahead.
Summing up his show, the house's designer Christophe Lemaire said it represented "a clean, sharp, modernist traveler."
"I'm a modernist at heart," Lemaire said following the show, hosted next to Paris' Tuileries gardens.