For Autumn/Winter 15, it was clear the French fashion house's creative director Véronique Nichanian played with the idea of the minimalist, modern and slightly materialistic man...

The delicate yet relaxed collection – which was mostly black and grey with pops of lime green and purple seen across scarves and jumpers – saw crisp suiting, trousers on the looser and baggier side and sportier cuts making their "luxury" debut.

Sweatshirts made from luxe leather and black crocodile skin owned the runway as well as pants stitched from a rich sheared mink, with Nichanian reinstating what Hermès is known for – luxury. 

The AW15 accessories also caught some attention, as black leather boots and larger-than-life tote bags in creamy brown and navy added to the sophisticated lineup.