Hermes Hac 40 Birkin Bag Crocodile Mat Porosus Crocodile Palladium New Full
Hermes Hac 40 Birkin Bag Crocodile Mat Porosus Crocodile Palladium New Full:
Hermes Hac 40 Travel Bag Matte Porosus Crocodile Palladium New w/ BoxComes with lock, keys and clochette, sleepers and signature Hermes box. NEW or NEVER WORNCondition Note: 1+ (brand new)
Rare 40 Hermes Sac HAC (Haut a Courroies) features porosus crocodile. Limited edition accented by palladium hardware. Chic and timeless. This beautiful travel bag is a true Hermes collectors treasure - and very difficult to find. Comes with lock, keys and clochette, sleepers and signature Hermes box.
Words do not describe this incredible 40cm HAC Birkin in Ebene Porosus Crocodile. A world class travel bag that will make a statement unlike any other. Spectacular Investment Bag opportunity.The HAC Birkin. The Haut à Courroies, (which translates as “high belts”) bag, is very similar to the Birkin but proportionally taller with slightly shorter handles. ... It is much sought after by Hermes connoisseurs as well as celebrities and makes an especially stylish travel bag.
Porosus crocodile is the most luxurious exotic skin from Hermes. It is created by polishing the spots with agate for a \"Lisse Finish\" to the leather of crocodile known as “salt water crocodiles” inhabiting in brackish waters and originating from Australia and Southeast Asian countries such as Singapore. Australian Saltwater Crocodile or more commonly called Porosus Crocodile is the most expensive and exclusive leather in the world.
Guaranteed authentic rare 40 Hermes Sac HAC (Haut a Courroies) features porosus crocodile. Limited edition accented by palladium hardware.Chic and timeless. This beautiful travel bag is a true Hermes collectors treasure - and very difficult to find.Comes with lock, keys and clochette, sleepers and signature Hermes box. NEW or NEVER WORNCondition outside: NewCondition inside: New
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A flight to London. A random meeting between Jane Birkin and Jean-Louis Dumas. A torn bag, a dream and a vision... the Birkin Bag was born. Jane Birkin described her absolute dream weekender to Dumas and he drew a rough sketch on a napkin. The Birkin has been around since 1984 and has been handcrafted exclusively to order in a studio on Rue de Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris. A status symbol in a class of its own. For more than 30 years this bag has been a rarity, a dream of many women and a symbol of luxury. When worn, it makes its own statement and underlines every look without being intrusive. Hermes in perfection.
------Please read before order ------Hermes HistoryThe Hermes Fashion House was established in Paris as a harness making shop in 1837 by Thierry Hermes (1801-1878). Hermès first established the family business as a harness shop in the Grands Boulevards quarter of Paris. The shop served European noblemen, creating wrought bridles and harnesses for carriages. His clients were the stylish Parisian “beau monde” and European royalty including Napoléon III and his empress, Eugénie. It was in late 1879 when the line was expanded by Charles-Emile Hermes, Thierry\'s son and successor. The expansion included the manufacturing of saddles and they opened a new location near the Palais de l\'Elysee.
Hermes KELLY and Birkin Bags
It was in 1922 when the company introduced its first handbags. In 1937, Hermes opened its scarf (or carre) factory in Lyon. Robert Dumas-Hermes succeeded the leadership of Hermes in the 1950s and was iconic for introducing Hermes ties—still the most desirable ties in the world. Additionally, the duc-carriage-with-horse logo, bolduc (the famous ribbon!) and signature orange boxes were introduced in 1961. The Hermes horse-and-carriage logo was inspired by the art of Alfred de Dreux.
Jean-Louis Dumas, the son of Robert Dumas-Hermès, became chairman in 1978 and lead Hermes until 2006. During Jean-Louis\' reign, he expanded the fashion house into the home wares, further expanded the efforts in silks, leather goods, and perfumes. Dumas helped change the image of Hermes to accommodate a younger, more modern consumer and increased the growth of Hermes. Despite a brief (failed) attempt at public ownership in the 1990s, the Hermes family is still a majority shareholder in the company.
Modeling Hermes Birkins and KELLY bags
The Hermes\' family and company rejects mass production, assembly lines, and mechanization. The vast majority of Hermes products are manufactured at production sites in France. Bags, luggage and small leather goods are produced by professional artisans at approximately 12 French middle-sized leather goods manufacturing facilities (\"Ateliers Hermes\"), with a strong emphasis on quality manufacturing. Hermes has claimed that most items are created from start to finish by one craftsman, which is supposed to be a guarantee of the quality and uniqueness of Hermes products.
The Ultimate Dream Bag: Hermes Birkin HistoryHermes Birkin History
The Birkin stands alone as the most sought after, impossible to find, and collectible bag ever made. This exquisite bag is typically only seen on the arms of the fortunate few. Even celebrities find themselves on the infamous Hermes Birkin wait lists with the hope of one day owning this ultra-exclusive bag. The Hermes Birkin was created jointly between Hermes CEO Jean-Louis Dumas and the actress Jane Birkin for whom the bag is named after, who complained that her KELLY bag was not very practical. Jane Birkin was gifted the first Birkin bag in 1984, and the rest is history.
Unlike other handbags, a single highly skilled craftsman works on one Birkin at a time with the construction of each Birkin bag consuming a whopping 18 hours. The bags are handmade in France by expert artisans using the company\'s signature saddle stitching, developed in the 1800s. Birkin bags are investment quality luxury items meaning that they either hold or increase their value of time. The Birkin is a true timeless masterpiece that will become the crown jewel of your bag collection!
Birkin prices range from $10,500 to $150,000. Due to the fact that each bag is handmade, prices vary according to the type of leather and hardware. The bags are distributed to Hermes boutiques in very limited quantities, creating scarcity and exclusivity. To purchase a Birkin through an Hermes boutique, Hermes customers join a waitlist for a custom Birkin after establishing a rapport and sales history with a Sales Associate. This waitlist can often mean customers wait for years to get the bag in the specific color and leather that they want. Unless you\'re at the the famous Rue St. Honore Hermes boutique in France, which occasionally has seasonal Birkin bags in stock. This reason is part of many reasons why many people chose to purchase pre-loved authentic Hermes Birkin\'s from Yoogi\'s Closet.
Hermes Birkin sizes
Birkins come in sizes 25cm, 30cm, 35cm, 40cm and 45cm.
Birkin Bag Size Reference:
25cm: 10\"L x 5\"W x 8\"H
30cm: 12\"L x 6.25\"W x 9\"H
35cm: 14\"L x 7.5\"W x 10.75\"H
40cm: 16\"L x 8\"W x 11.25\"H
The Birkin has a very distinct design, two rolled leather handles, a flap closure with two belted straps and a center turnlock and that holds a padlock. The bag is locked by closing the top flaps over buckle loops, wrapping the buckle draw-straps, then closing the lock on the front hardware. Many Birkin carriers also tuck the flap inside of the bag and continue to buckle the draw-straps with the lock in front, to show off the prized “Hermes Made in France” stamping. The keys are enclosed in a leather key holder known as a clochette.
Hermes Birkin Lock
The 45 is a travel Birkin with slightly longer straps. There is also a similar bag called a Haut au Courries (abbreviated as HAC - which means High Belts in French) that is slightly taller with shorter straps. These come in sizes 27, 32 and, 37. Additionally, there is a JPG version designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, which is considered the “shoulder Birkin.”
Hermes KELLY HistoryHermes KELLY Bag History
The KELLY is a coveted and scarce bag. Like its muse, Grace KELLY , this bag is the definition of timeless elegance. The original prototype for this bag dates back to 1892 when Hermes developed a large bag to hold a saddle; the prototype was modified over the decades but the KELLY sold by Hermes today is similar to the Sac a Depeches introduced in the 1930s. In 1954, Grace KELLY She wore it regularly after her marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco - it was dubbed the KELLY bag. It was officially called the KELLY in 1977.
Hermes KELLY Lock
Unlike other handbags, a single craftsman works on one bag at a time with the construction of each KELLY bag consuming a whopping 18 hours. KELLY bags have the same draw-strap and lock mechanism as a Birkin bag, but have a single leather top handle. Hermes introduced shoulder straps as standard equipment in the 1980\'s. Prior to that, Hermes would specially order a strap. In 2000, the double loop metal strap holder was added. KELLY bags are investment, quality luxury items meaning that they either hold or increase their value of time.
KELLY bags come in sizes 20cm, 25cm, 28cm, 32cm, and 35cm.
KELLY Bag Size Reference:
20cm: 8\"L x 3.5\"W x 6\"H
25cm: 10”L x 3.5”W x 7.5”H
28cm: 11\"L x 4.5\"W x 8\"H
32cm: 12.5\"L x 5\"W x 9.5\"H
35cm: 13.75\"L x 5\"W x 10.25\"H
KELLY Sellier vs. returnHermes KELLY Sellier bag and return bag
There are two styles of the KELLY bag.
SellierHas a more structured shape with rigid corners and exterior stitching with no visible piping. The result is a stiffer, sharp edge shape. Occasionally referred to as “Rigide”.returnHas a more relaxed shape. During the manufacturing process the bag is turned inside out. The result is a softer look with rounded edges and visible piping. The stitching on a return is on the inside. This means that return styles have a tendency to sloud. Occasionally referred to a “Souple”.
hardwareHermes uses a variety of high quality metals, but most items are typically crafted of brass. Hermes item most commonly use 18k gold plated or palladium plated brass. Permabrass, ruthenium, guilloche (diamond cut pattern palladium), rose gold, or diamond crusted hardware are occasionally used.
Reference Guide: Hermes LeatherWhat truly defines Hermes is the craftsmanship, detailing, and leather. Unlike any other brand, Hermes uses varying types of leathers and colors for each bag, which often means that your Hermes Birkin or KELLY is one of a kind. Whether you\'re deciding what type of leather your dream handbag is going to be, or you\'re looking to identify what kind of leather your Hermes item is, this Herme\'s Leather Reference Library has you covered.
Hermes Leather Guide
Hermes TogoReleased in 1997. Togo leather is grained, textured and anti-scratch calf leather. Togo is lightweight, yet holds it\'s shape. Togo has a defined soft pebbled finish that appears raised and feels smooth but grainy. At a far away distance, Togo appears to have vertical veins and reflects light. This is the most popular leather for Hermès Birkin Bags.
Hermes Togo Leather
Hermes ClemenceReleased in the mid-1980s. Clemence is a natural grained and anti-scratch leather that is made from a baby bull calf, and is officially named Veau Taurillon Clemence. The grains are larger than in Togo. The grain is less deep than Togo, causing a more “matte” effect.
Hermes Clemence Leather
Notice Togo has a slight reflection and smaller cells, while Clemence appears \"matte\" and has larger cells.
Hermes Togo and Hermes Clemence Bags
Hermes FjordFjord is textured, matte, anti-scratch and is made from an adult bull. It is more durable than Togo or Clemence, even waterproof! Fjord has a slight velvety touch and matte texture. Fjord has a very visible grain. It has a wider, flatter grain than Togo or Clemence. One of the most common characteristics of Fjord is that it has vertical veins when viewed at a distance (sometimes vertically throughout the whole bag). The amount of veining can vary based on the skin. It\'s possible to have a Fjord bag with no veining at all. It is also one of the heavier leathers.
Hermes EvergrainEvergrain is a stiff leather with a grain. Evergrain is actually the embossed version of the smooth \"Evercalf.\" It has a very soft touch and scratches will buff out very easily. The color version of Evergrain is called \"Evercolor\".
Hermes EpsomReleased in 2003. Embossed leather. Epsom replaced Courchevel in 2003. Unlike other leather, the pattern is pressed into the leather, giving the bag a laminated appearance that is rigid and structured. Epsom won\'t scratch easily and is also very easy to clean. Epsom is still being used by Hermes today.
Hermes Veau Grain LisseDiscontinued in 2003. Embossed leather. Veau Grain Lisse is a glass processed press leather that is known for being slightly thin with a luster. It is scratch resistant, slightly shiny, and lightweight. Sometimes referred to by Hermes collectors as “VGL,” Veau Grain Lisse has less angular, rounded grains. This leather is rigid and holds its shape fairly well.
Hermes CourchevelDiscontinued in handbags in the late 1990s/early 2000s. Used in Accessories until 2003. Embossed leather. Courchevel was the predecessor to Epsom, and it is now completely retired. Courchevel is a stamped leather with very even grain throughout. Courchevel is slightly shiny and is darker at the top part of the grain. It is lightweight, scratch resistant and easy to clean.
Hermes Courchevel Leather
Hermes Grain d\'HReleased in 2012. Veau Grain d\'H is stamped, processed calf leather which has a finely structured pressed appearance and a sheen. Veau Grain d\'H is a shiny leather with a cross-hatch embossing.
Hermes SwiftReleased in 2006 (Previously named Gulliver which was discontinued in 1999). Swift leather is semi smooth, soft, semi matte. Swift is a soft leather with a fine grain. One of its best qualities is that it is great at absorbing the dyes and the brighter colors come to life in this leather. The fine grain seems to reflect light in such a way that the colors are almost iridescent.Hermes Box CalfClassic smooth calf leather. Box is stiff, smooth and very shiny. This leather has a visible fine grain. A more rigid structure than the grainy leathers. Box will show scratches more than the textured leathers, but over time it will develop a beautiful glossy mirror-like \"patina\". Under the right care, box calf leather can last for generations. Hermes fans love Box leather because it can be restored by Hermes, no matter the condition, in the \"Hermes Spa.\" This is the oldest type of Hermes leather and frequently appears in Vintage Kellys or belts. The name originates from an English shoe craftsman in the 1890s, Joseph Box.
Hermes ChamonixChamonix is a variation of smooth calf leather that has properties very similar to “Box Calf,” leather but is matte instead of shiny. Frequently combined with white top stitch. Distinguished by natural \"Hermès Made In France\" blind stamps instead of the usual printed technique. Chamonix is frequently used on the underside of leather belts and leather jewelry.
Hermes BareniaBarenia is buttery smooth, and has a matte finish. Like “Chamonix”, it\'s frequently combined with white top stitch and commonly is distinguished by natural \"Hermès Made In France\" blind stamps. Barenia is commonly used in saddles, small leather goods, and occasionally bags. Barenia is very delicate and prone to scratches. Barenia is also a softer leather and bags will lose their shape after a while. This leather is double tanned in chrome and vegetable dyes and then soaked in a mix of nine different oils over a 5 to 6 week process. Barenia will develop a patina over time because it has no aniline finish and can absorb oil. Barenia can come in colors other than Natural (also called Fauve) - such as Black, Vert Olive, Indigo.
Hermes VacheThis is another of Hermes\'s classic leathers, showing up in vintage pieces over 50 years old. A cowhide that is smooth, untreated and very delicate. It develops into patina over time and the material will darken. Vache Natural, when new, will appear to be very light. It is much like Louis Vuitton\'s cowhide Vachetta leather. Only released in Natural and Black.
Hermes tadelaktTadelakt calfskin leather is smooth and semi shiny and is almost just like Box leather. Most commonly used in leather jewelry and small leather goods. Tadelakt leather is prone to scratches, which is a characteristic in the leather because the dye is transparent. Tadelakt appears like a cross between Box Calf and Swift, and feels softer than Box but is shinier than Swift. It also has no visible grains on the outside, which gives it its utterly smooth and sensational appearance.
Hermes Vache HunterNatural Vache Hunter leather is a cowhide leather that is primarily used as a trim in Hermes bags such as the Etriviere and Herbag. Vache Hunter is very stiff and prone to scratches. It commonly has a rough, unfinished underside.
Hermes EvercalfThe soft, smooth matte version of box calf. It has a smooth and velvety finish with no visible grain. Evercalf has a slight sheen and a softer texture than Box. Evercalf is VERY soft to the touch.
Hermes Chevre LeatherMade from goatskin. This leather is textured thus anti-scratch, but is also shiny and rigid. Ultra lightweight. A very interesting skin - more expensive than calf leathers. Bags made entirely of Chevre are very rare. The lining of Hermes bags is typically made of Marocain Chevre (Morrocan Chevre). There are two different varieties of Chevre - Chevre Mysore and Chevre de Coromandel.
Hermes Chevre MysoreReleased in 2002. A goathide leather with a grain that is more defined than its cousin, Chevre de Coromandel. It is lightweight and scratch resistant. There is a pronounced “sheen” to Chevre and reflects light very well. Chevre Mysore typically doesn\'t have a visible spine.
Hermes Chevre de CoromandelA goathide leather which is soft, lightweight and scratch resistant. Chevre de Coromandel has a visible spine down the center, a slightly iridescent sheen, and a visible graining. As of Spring 2008, Chevre de Coromandel is now released in “Souple,” which has less of a visible spine, less shine, and is much more pliable.
Hermes Vache LiegeeReleased in 2004. Vache Liegee is a natural grained leather. Supposedly, the leather is stretched in 8 different directions and has a two-tone effect in the grain. It also has a slight sheen and luster. Vache Liegee leather is noted for being the thickest and most durable of the Hermes leathers.
Hermes ArdennesVachette Grainee des Ardennes is a processed pressed leather crafted from a malf calf raised in the Adrenne region (Northern France to Southern Belgium). Ardennes leather is very sturdy and holds its shape surprisingly well, complete with thick pressed grains and a slight sheen. Vache Ardennes is quite thick and structured (it does not slouch or flop) and is water and scratch resistant. It does not have a \"soft\" feeling like Clemence and the grains are slightly raised. Many Hermes collectors consider this leather to be a \"work horse\" and can stand the test of time, but the dye is prone to fading over time. This leather is very hard to find and is no longer in production. Vache Liegee replaced Ardennes leather.
Hermes NegondaReleased in 2007. Crafted out of adult bull calf with a large grain. This matte type of leather is completely resistant to water. It has a matte, dry feeling to the touch. Negonda is mainly used in Garden Party bags.
Hermes BuffaloWater buffalo hide. This leather has the interesting characteristic of absorbing the darkest dye in the center of the grain. Buffalo is known for its softness and rough grain size. Currently Buffalo is being used as trim in some bags that are crafted mostly of fabrics. Due to its water resistance, is commonly used in bags such as the Garden Party line.
Hermes GrizzlyGrizzly leather is rawhide calf leather which is also known as suede outside of the Hermes leather world. This sueded leather has a velvet finish.
Hermes Veau SikkimVeau Sikkim leather is buttery and soft. It has little to no grain, thus giving it its ultra soft feel. Sikkim leather tends to not hold shape and therefore gets slouchy very easily. Sikkim is used in the \"Relax\" version of the Bolide and KELLY , as well as the Double Sens tote.
Hermes Vache TrekkingReleased in 2012. Vache Trekking is a processed calf leather that is noted for its firmness. Mainly used in garden party bags.
Hermes vibratoOften people confuse vibrato for fabric, but in fact it is stacked leather. Vibrato leather is created by applying pressure to strips of leather and sueded leather. The stacked leather creates a textile that looks like cross-sections of stacked leather. Vibrato is difficult to maintain but is durable and scratch resistant. It is a very rare leather and is considered to be more expensive than other leathers. Vibrato often comes with an \"eraser\" to refurbish the leather. Vibrato handbags are very hard to find and showcase the capabilities of highly trained Hermes craftsmanship.
Hermes ExoticsCrocodile Niloticus Matte and Shiny (Lisse)Crocodile leather from Africa\'s Nile River region in Zimbabwe. It has a larger scale pattern compared to the Porosus. Crocodile skins have small “pores”, which look like small dimples in each scale cell. The dimples are sensory pores that assist crocodiles to detect change in water pressure, and locate their prey. Crocodiles have these dots throughout their bodies. The shiny (lisse) version comes from continuous buffing until it shows a gloss. The Hermes symbol on the bag will include two apostrophes (\'\') to identify it as “Niloticus”.
Crocodile Porosus Matte and Shiny (Lisse)This Crocodile is farmed in Australia and Southeast Asian countries like Singapore. Considered by many to be the premier Hermes leather and noted for its fine, symmetrical scale pattern. The shine comes from constant buffing of the skin with stone until it shines. The Hermes logo will include the symbol ^ to identify it as “Porosus”.
Hermes Alligator Matte and Shiny (Lisse)The Alligator that Hermes uses is “Alligator Mississippiensis” and is farmed in Florida. Alligator leather has an umbilical scar, which is an elongated irregular shape with a webbing pattern in it, which is often placed prominently on products to show the authenticity of the leather. This means that the patterning of the alligator scales is not as uniform. Alligator has small rectangular scales in the middle and smaller, oval-shaped scales down the sides (shown here). Alligator is commonly dyed in a variety of colors. The Hermes logo will include a square symbol to identify it as “Alligator”.
Varanus Salvator Water Monitor LizardThis stunning exotic is crafted from the hide of a water monitor. Owing to the size of the hide, it is mostly used in 25cm Birkin\'s, smaller bags and small leather goods. The smaller scales give this leather a shine or iridescence. The Hermes logo will include an equal sign (=) to identify it was Salvator Lizard.
Varanus Niloticus Water Monitor LizardThe small scales of this leather made from Monitor Lizard from Africa\'s Nile River. provides a shiny look. The Hermes logo will include an dash sign (-) to identify it was Niloticus Lizard.
Hermes OstrichOstrich leather comes from Struthio Camellus, farmed in South Africa. This is a dynamic leather that will darken from contact with your hands and also lighten with exposure to light. Ostrich leather is known for its distinctive “polka dotted” look, which is caused by the plucking of quills. Ostrich is very delicate and rare.
Hermes Peau PorcMade of pigskin and very lightweight. The pores are small dots and this skin is commonly a caramel color that develops a patina over time. This is one of Hermes\' classic leathers but is no longer produced due to the controversy of using pigskin.
Other Hermes MaterialsHermes LinenWoven linen in herringbone or chevron pattern. Used in dust bags and linings of certain bags.
Hermes ToileLinen, usually used in conjunction with a leather on the bags. Weave is similar in strength and appearance to fire hose material. Commonly used in garden party bags.
Hermes CanvasCanvas is a heavy weight cloth that is treated and is usually combined with other leathers. Commonly used in the Herbag.
Hermes Color ListThis is an incomplete list of Hermes colors. Please note, colors are often seasonal or special ordered and are not released frequently, or have been discontinued entirely : Naturals Grays Brown\'s oranges Reds Alezan ardoise brule Capuchin Bordeaux Argile Etain cocoa shrimp Bougainvillea biscuits fusain coffee shop fire Brass Cannelle Graphite caramel Mangue Brique Craie Gris Agatha chocolate orange Geranium Etupé Gris Paris cognac Potiron Rouge Casaque Fauve Gris Pearl level sanguine Rouge Garance Gold Gris Souris Ecorce Rouge H power Gris Tourterelle Havane Rouge Imperial Natural seal Marron d\'lnde Rouge India Noisette Marron Fonce Rouge Moyen Parchement miel Rouge Allspice Poussiere moka Rouge Pivoine Saber ocre Rouge Venitien Tabac Camel rouille Rouge Vif Sienne Rubis Terre Vermilion Pinks purples blues greens Yellow\'s Bois de Rose amethyst Blue Atoll Bamboo Cumin Cassis anemone Blue Abysses canopy Curry flamingo Cassis Blue Azteque Chartreuse Yellow fuchsia Crocus Blue Brighton eucalyptus Jaune d\'Or Peche cyclamen Bleu de Galice granny Jaune Poussin Pink iris Bleu de Malte kiwi Lime rose confetti Mauve Bleu de Prusse lichen Mimosa Rose des Sables Parme Blue Electrique malachite Mustard rose dragee prune Blue France Menthe Soleil Rose Jaipur Raisin Blue Hydra Pelouse Soufre Rose Lipstick ultraviolet Bleu Indigo Pistachio Rose Sheherazade Violet Blue Izmir Tondra Rose Shocking Blue Jean Vert Anglais Rose Tea Bleu Lin Vert Aniseed Rose Tyrien Blue Obscur Vert Bengale Rosy Blue Ocean Vert Bronze Rubis Blue Orange Vert Caucase Tosca Blue Pale Vert de Gris Bleu Paon Vert Emeraude Bleu Paradis Vert Fonce Bleu Sapphire Vert Olive Bleu Tempete Vert Veronese Bleu Thalassa Celeste Ciel Cobalt Colvert Lagon Marine Mykonos Turquoise
DESIGN CLASSIC AND STATUS SYMBOL: THE HERMÈS BIRKIN BAGThe Birkin Bag by Hermès is known to everyone who is enthusiastic about exclusive fashion accessories. Manufactured for the first time in 1984, it took the hearts of fashion-conscious women by storm. Admittedly, this legendary style icon is not easy to come by: A Hermès Birkin bag is only made by hand in the exclusive Parisian atelier to order - and the entry-level price starts at 5,000 euros.
BIRKIN MEETS HERMÈS - A CLASSIC IS BORNAccording to Hermès, the Birkin Bag owes its existence to a coincidence: actress Jane Birkin and Hermès CEO Jean-Louis Dumas met on a flight from Paris to London in 1983. Legend has it that Birkin dropped her handbag on the flight, a Hermès Agenda, whereupon the contents spilled on the floor and the actress complained that there was no spacious Hermès handbag for women. Dumas introduced himself and invited Jane Birkin to his studio, where the Birkin bag was designed according to her ideas and wishes. The first Birkin Bag was presented in 1984 - and that was the beginning of an unprecedented success story that continues to this day.
EXCLUSIVITY IS KEY AT HERMÈS BIRKIN BAGUnlike an it bag that has gone out of fashion after just one season, the Birkin bag has become a design staple, with prices even for used models reaching dizzying heights. The style icon can claim to achieve the highest prices that a handbag has ever fetched at an sale: buyers have offer more than 200,000 euros at sales for Hermès Birkin models. This shows how popular the design classic is not only as an exclusive fashion accessory, but also as an investment. The handicraft production from carefully selected materials and the small number of pieces speak for the exclusivity of the Birkin Bag - and the fact that each Birkin Bag is unique, since each order is a unique piece according to the wishes of the customer. Waiting times of several years are not uncommon. In 2013, Hermès even had to temporarily close the waiting list until the waiting orders were processed.
WHAT MAKES THE HERMÈS BIRKIN BAG SPECIAL?The Birkin Bag was designed by Hermès for women who are looking for a spacious, perfectly finished and elegant handbag or weekender. The Birkin Bag is available in various sizes from 25 to 55 centimetres, with the two largest sizes being designed as travel bags. Only carefully selected types of leather with the same basic tone can be used in order to achieve the best possible results when dyeing. The search for the right leather can therefore take some time. Cutting and hand-making take about twenty hours of work, with the highest demands being placed on the skills of the bag maker. This creates an exclusive status symbol of timeless elegance that not only inspires fashionistas but also celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez and Lily Allen .
DESIGN CLASSICS AND STATUS SYMBOL: THE HERMÈS BIRKIN BAGThe Birkin Bag by Hermès is known to everyone who is enthusiastic about exclusive fashion accessories. Manufactured for the first time in 1984, it took the hearts of fashion-conscious women by storm. Of course, this legendary style icon is not easy to obtain: a Hermès Birkin Bag is only made by hand in the exclusive Parisian studio - and the starting price starts at 5,000 euros.
BIRKIN MEETS HERMÈS - A CLASSIC IS BORNAccording to Hermès, the Birkin Bag owes its existence to a coincidence: the meeting of actress Jane Birkin and Hermès managing director Jean-Louis Dumas on a flight from Paris to London in 1983. According to legend, Birkin dropped her handbag on the flight, one Hermès Agenda, whereupon the contents spread out on the floor and the actress complained that there was no spacious Hermès women\'s handbag. Dumas introduced himself and invited Jane Birkin to his studio, where the Birkin Bag was designed according to her ideas and wishes. The first Birkin Bag was presented in 1984 - and with it began an unprecedented success story that continues to this day.
EXCLUSIVITY IS CAPITALIZED AT HERMES BIRKIN BAGUnlike an It bag, which has already gone out of fashion after one season, the Birkin Bag has become a design hit, with prices for used models reaching dizzying heights. The style icon can claim to achieve the highest prices a handbag has ever fetched at sale: buyers have offer more than 200,000 euros for Hermès Birkin models. This shows how popular the design classic is now, not only as an exclusive fashion accessory, but also as an investment. The exclusivity of the Birkin Bag speaks for the handcrafted production from carefully selected materials and the small number of pieces - and the fact that each Birkin Bag is unique, because with each order a unique piece is created according to the wishes of the customer. Waiting times of several years are not uncommon. In 2013, Hermès even had to temporarily close the waiting list until the waiting orders were processed.
WHAT Distinguishes HERMÈS BIRKIN BAG?The Birkin Bag was designed by Hermès for women who are looking for a spacious, perfectly crafted and elegant handbag right through to the weekender. The Birkin Bag is available in different sizes from 25 to 55 centimeters, whereby the two largest sizes are designed as travel bags. Only carefully selected types of leather with the same basic tone can be used in order to achieve optimum results in the coloring. The search for the right leather can therefore take some time. Sewing and handicraft take about twenty hours of work, with the highest demands on the skills of the bag makers. This creates an exclusive status symbol of timeless elegance that, in addition to fashionistas, also celebrities .
One of my favorite “vintage discoveries” is when I find a piece of DEADSTOCK VINTAGE.It\'s like finding a diamond amongst the jewels: I\'m already so satisfied with the vintage finds I\'m discovering, but then I see a shimmer that truly makes my heart beat faster — a piece of vintage with the original tags.Deadstock vintage are called as such because they have “passed away” [ie died] from the original stock where they previously existed [ie lived] in a store. The piece of vintage clothing was never sold from that store for whatever reason — perhaps it was a piece of sale clothing that was unbought, or the store/boutique/department store chain fell bankrupt and its remaining inventory found its way to a thrift store or the hands of a vintage boutique owner.
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