Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski made her debut as the artistic director at Hermès for fall 2015, and in her first spring range for the French heritage brand, she showed a collection that took classic cues from the house — silk scarf-inspired dresses, thoughtfully tailored leather separates and rich-looking neutral tones — while adding modern, casual touches. Many looks were paired with athletic trainers in matching shades; oversized geode-like stones were turned into necklaces, belt buckles, cuffs and brooches; a simple plaid silk was fashioned into feminine rompers, loose trousers and shirt dresses that are both youthful and sophisticated; and striping and color blocking with vibrant pops of red and royal blue packed a punch.
For shoppers who are looking for more than just chic things to wear on their off-duty days, there was no shortage of tailored suiting, dresses and outerwear, too. But it was the pieces with shorter hemlines in easy fabrics that caught our attention for their fresh, girlie vibe. Enlarge the gallery below to see every look from the Hermès spring 2016 show.