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March 11, 2017

Hermès DWNTWNMEN SS17 Fashion Show

Dita von Teese
Photo Credit: Billy Farrell
Warren Baker & Robbie Rogers
Photo Credit: Neil Rasmus
Katherine Ross & Michael Govan
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Ambre Dahan, Brigette Romanek and Kelly Sawyer
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Alex Israel & Asia Chow
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Brad Goreski
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Doug Aitken
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Véronique Nichanian
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Cameron Silver, Elizabeth Stewart & Jenny Brunt
Photo Credit: Joe Schildhorn
Eric Rutherford & Ian Mellencamp
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Philippe Vergne
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Photo Credit: Neil Rasmus

Photo Credit: Edouard Caupeil

Photo Credit: Joe Schildhorn

Photo Credit: Billy Farrell

Photo Credit: Billy Farrell

Photo Credit: Joe Schildhorn

The worlds of fashion and art converged to harmonious effect last Thursday at the Hermès DWNTWNMEN Spring/Summer 2017 presentation. Like many designers these days (including Saint Laurent, and more recently, Tommy Hilfiger), Hermès opted to make a splash by holding its show in Los Angeles’s newly deemed fashion capital. Downtown’s burgeoning artscape didn’t just supply the backdrop; art was woven in throughout the evening—from MOCA Director Philippe Vergne walking the runway and contemporary artist Doug Aitken sitting front row to the immersive installation rooms guests experienced after the presentation, created by graphic artist Anthony Burrill in collaboration with Hermès Men’s Artistic Director Véronique Nichanian. After the show, attendees including China Chow, Dita Von Teese, Kelly Sawyer, Brad Goreski and Garance Doré enjoyed offerings from L.A. staples Animal and Petit Trois. The artful night was capped off with an open-air performance by Cold War Kids.

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