There is certainly a lot to look forward to this Paris Fashion Week. Alexis Martial and Adrian Caillaudaud will send their first collection for Carven down the runway on Thursday. John Galliano will show his first main collection for Maison Margiela on Friday. Guillaume Henry will make his debut at Nina Ricci on Saturday. And on Monday, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski will unveil her first collection for Hermès. Largely an hidden talent, Vanhee-Cybulski, 36, fills the womenswear director void left by Christophe Lemaire, who left the house to focus on his eponymous label. A week after that announcement came the unveiling of his successor, Ms. Vanhee-Cybulski. While most people have never heard Nadège’s name, she is arguably one of the industry’s best kept secrets as of late. (A calculated move on the part of Hermes, according to industry sources, which suggest that the appointment shows a shift in how brands are hiring now. Perhaps brands have been burnt by the fallout of the scandals attached to superstar designers such as John Galliano – these days, quieter designers such as Vanhee-Cybulski appeal over those who have a reputation that proceeds them).