Could the strict suited-and-booted attire of the classic British gentleman be considered a fetish? Perhaps for the French - and just as the fashionable Français were seized with Anglomania in the late eighteenth century, it seems Jean Paul Gaultier has a passion for all things British, at least judging by his latest collection for the esteemed French house of Hermès. His collection fairly heaved with bowler-hats and pin-perfect Savile Row-worthy overcoats - and, of course, the tightly-furled umbrella, a stalwart without which no city boy could be considered properly dressed. Gaultier's twist? Imagine that ever-practical accoutrement reinvented in priceless crocodile and with a 'Mini Kelly' trussed to the handle. A visual and analytical treat, this poshest of all parapluies is fitting fodder for our latest Object Fetish analysis.