The Hermès Spring/Summer 2014 Menswear Collection delivers a fresh wardrobe for the season in button-up knit wear, intentionally wrinkled textiles, and leather pants in a variety of colors. Flannel in dusty red, tediously checkered dress shirts, and diamond patterned ascots made up most of the print wear. Creative Director Véronique Nichanian has a genuine talent for designing relaxed pieces that look good on anyone, so it’s of no surprise that the night marked her 25th year at the esteemed luxury brand. The tailoring resonated the maxim that “less is more” with pants being cropped at the ankle and blazers featuring slightly shorter sleeves. The sandals that accompanied many of the looks were probably the biggest surprise, as Hermès is not commonly known for such leisure pieces. However, by following such a rule of conduct, Hermès just keeps us wanting more.