Remember all those Covid-19 “Nature Is Healing” memes, with apparently apocryphal images of animals newly flourishing in hitherto hostile, human-dominated climes? Well, fashion seemed to propose its own versions during the spring/summer 2023 menswear shows in Paris. Jonathan Anderson invented clothes and trainers that sprouted clumps of real vegetation; Kim Jones planted a flower-strewn grassy knoll, then staged a Dior show on it.
RELEASE Paris, June 20, 2022 In connection with the implementation of its share buyback program, Hermès International gave in May 2020 a mandate to an investment services provider (‟ISP”). This mandate has been terminated on June 20, 2022, on which date a new mandate was concluded with the ISP. Pursuant to this mandate, Hermès International instructed the ISP to buy back a maximum amount of 500,000 Hermès International shares on its behalf, independently, in accordance with the applicable regula
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