Hermès Carré Club Lands in Los Angeles

On Wednesday, the Hermès Carré Club lands in Los Angeles for a private reception, followed by a four-day, open-to-the-public experience. Guests will be able to learn in-depth about the house’s silk scarves through interactive experiences with the artists.
From the reception desk, where visitors check in and receive their membership card, to each point of engagement with the carré, the dynamic one-story venue pays a multi-faceted, participatory tribute to the beloved silk square.
The aim of the Carré Club, no matter its size or city, is to generate a steady source of creative output aimed at a transgenerational audience — think artist demonstrations, café gatherings, curator visits and more, all running day into night. Conceived by Bali Barret, artistic director of the Hermès women’s collections, Hermès Carré Club debuted in New York, then traveled to Toronto and Singapore and will head to Milan later this month.
Divided into six modules, the journey begins with the “Click and Check,” meaning after guests check in and receive their card, their image is captured by 360-degree cameras in a photo booth.
They are then led to the Carré Studio, where artists will be live-demonstrating how they draw and paint the designs. Their palettes are set up alongside

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Hermès Resort 2019

For resort, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski opted for a pure rendition of the label’s fluid silk and leather luxury universe, expressing it through a lineup of long, cinched dresses, loose trousers with high waists and trim leather shorts.
Eschewing patterns — save for the checks of seasons past, blown up this time — the designer stuck with a subdued palette of browns, greens and pale pastels. This she interrupted only occasionally with a flash of yellow or a vibrant orange, used for one of the bolder pieces she used to make a lace dress with tan leather accents — unmistakably Hermès.
Models traveled past bouquets of delicate dried wildflowers, down a runway strewn with specks of dry vegetation — something softer and lighter than straw; a tawny silver rather than yellow — carried along on their leather flip-flops with black soles or white-soled sandals, straps kept to a minimal.
In her exercise of boiling it down to the essentials — well, luxury essentials — Vanhee-Cybulski turned up some handsome results. Her show opened with one of the finest, a white jumpsuit, loose-legged but fitted on top with geometric panels cut out of the sides. Shoulder straps buttoned on the back, matching the ones that hugged

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Hermès Converts N.Y. Men’s Store Into Record Shop

NEW YORK — Hermès has gotten the memo.
The French luxury brand has taken the movement toward experiential retailing to the next level, completely transforming its men’s store here into a vinyl record store for 10 days.
On Thursday night, the Madison Avenue emporium debuted Silk Mix, an art installation centered around music that has already been showcased in Madrid and Rome and now makes its way into the U.S.
“It’s all about silk and music,” said Robert Chavez, chief executive officer of Hermès. The concept was the brainchild of Véronique Nichanian, artistic director of Hermès men’s wear, and Christophe Goineau, creative director of men’s silk. They worked with Thierry Planelle, who has curated music for the company’s men’s shows for the last 15 years, to bring the idea to life.
The main floor was reworked to replicate an old-fashioned record store with bins of albums on display and a bank of turntables to give them a spin. But these albums had an Hermès twist: each of the covers sported a different silk design from the men’s assortment. “There are 225 styles and 53 different patterns,” Chavez said. “And you can pick your favorite and then play it.”

The album covers were all created from

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Hermès Takes Craftsmanship Event to Lyon, France

SHOW-AND-TELL: Hermès International is holding its annual craftsmanship exhibit “Hermès Hors les Murs” in Lyon, France, this spring, as part of the luxury house’s ongoing effort to introduce its artisans to the public.
Workers from a number of the group’s various activities will demonstrate their crafts, which include making saddles, handbags, silk scarves, ties, watches and jewelry. The show will take place in the city’s Palais de Bourse. Lyon is known for its historic role in the country’s silk industry.
Glass workers and sculptors from the company’s crystal brand Saint Louis will be shown through a film on site. Hermès will also host round table discussions and workshops.
The company, which opened a workshop earlier this month near the Swiss border, counted 3,3100 leather goods makers across 16 sites in France at the end of last year. The company has four sites in the Rhone-Alpes region of France. The group’s textile business, near Lyon, employs 455 craftsmen.

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Hèrmes Stages Beverly Hills Exhibit in Nod to Heritage

The veil is being lifted on Hèrmes at a temporary exhibition that opened to the public Saturday at the company’s Beverly Hills boutique.
“Harnessing the Roots,” curated by Bruno Gaudichon, begins in the back of the Rodeo Drive store and starts with the story of bridles and the house’s history with horses and the equestrian world.
“For Hèrmes, it is the first time that we open the veil because we are rather discreet on our past,” said Menehould de Bazelaire, Hèrmes artistic director of cultural patrimony, who was in town from Paris for the opening. “We don’t want to be proud of what was made before by Hèrmes. We always want to remember to be proud of what we will make tomorrow. It’s our challenge.”
Visitors in the exhibition’s first room are greeted with a terracotta horse dating back anywhere from 2500 to 1900 BC, which is juxtaposed with a 19th century Hèrmes bridle just a few paces away. Both pieces come from the Émile Hèrmes collection, with the terracotta statue the oldest piece of the group.
“This was the idea of Émile Hèrmes when he started his private collection,” de Bazelaire said. “He wanted to create a bridge between the past, the origin

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Hermès Brings ‘Harnessing the Roots’ Exhibit to Beverly Hills

In the vein of fashion as museum art, Hermès has conceived a series of touring “Hermès Heritage” exhibitions, the first of which is titled “Harnessing the Roots” and will touch down at the house’s Beverly Hills boutique on March 31. A specially built structure behind the Rodeo Drive flagship will house the multiroom show until April 7.
The exhibits explore the history and heritage of the house, which was founded in 1837 by Thierry Hermès, through a series of objects that highlight iconic themes, colors and motifs from the brand’s origins as a harness-maker and saddler up to the present day.
The creations highlighted in the exhibition include objects and curios sourced from the personal collection of Emile Hermès collection; the house’s archive, and its contemporary fashion, lifestyle and accessories lines. The objects are complemented by documentary archives and a film from 1962 in which Robert Dumas, heir and director of Hermès from 1951 to 1978, explains the art of saddle-making.
“Harnessing the Roots” is designed by Bruno Gaudichon, the curator of “La Piscine” Museum of Art and Industry in Roubaix, France, who worked with scenographer Laurence Fontaine. Together, they decided to arrange the objects by theme rather than chronology, focusing on harnesses

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Hermès Unveils Special Project in Roman Store

TRICK OR TREAT: Hermès has unveiled “The Three Magic Tricks,” a project making its debut inside the brand’s Rome store on Via Condotti, which follows the opening of a flagship on Via Bocca di Leone that is now dedicated to special initiatives.
From this week through December, the Via Condotti space will be invaded by installations developed by designer Matali Crasset and art curator Stéphane Corréard, who will pay tribute to three figures who were contemporaries of Hermès founder’s grandson Émile Hermès. They are magician Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin, illusionist Georges Méliès and writer and inventor Raymond Roussel.
Curiosities, magic tricks, light effects and contemporary artworks are mixed with a selection of Hermès products, some of them designed specifically for the Roman store.

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Hermès Said Opening SoHo Store

It looks like Hermès is headed to SoHo.
The luxury retailer, which already operates four stores in Manhattan, is said to be close to signing a lease at 63 Greene Street between Broome and Spring Streets. The 4,800-square-foot space with 30 feet of frontage facing Greene Street, will not be a full-line store, sources said.
In spring 2019, Hermès also plans to open a three-level, 10,000-square-foot unit at 46-48 Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District. Once the new SoHo and Meatpacking units open, Hermès’ will have six Manhattan stores, an unusual expansion at a time when many other retailers are shuttering stores and downsizing.
Greene Street is considered one of the most sought-after streets in SoHo for luxury retail. Hermès’ neighbors will include Dior, Jimmy Choo, Stella McCartney, Chloé, Etro, Saint Laurent and Brunello Cucinelli.
SoHo along with many other prime retail corridors in Manhattan has seen rents plummet in recent years. The city’s average asking rent in 2017 hit its lowest point in 17 years, while asking rents in SoHo declined by one-third. There have been some hopeful signs in the neighborhood and brokers said deals are getting done, albeit, most retailers are have been averse to signing long leases. Hermès will reportedly lease

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Hermès’ Petit h Hosts Ateliers

UPCYCLING DE LUXE: To showcase the savoir faire of the house’s various ateliers and that of its little sister line Petit h, Hermès opened the doors of its Left Bank boutique on the Rue de Sèvres to journalists and clients on Sunday.
Running in tandem with the design fair Maison & Objet, the event was conceived to present novelties from Petit h, which upcycles scraps from Hermès creations. On display for a month is its new “hardware” line, including screwdrivers, baskets, brushes and bottle-openers decorated with leftover pieces of leather,.
Five ateliers were in place for the day in Hermès’ sweeping location. At one, people could see how to wax shoes using John Lobb products, while another was all about shoelaces. Visitors learned the knack of sewing buttons onto Hermès pouches, plus used their creativity in pasting leather and silk scraps onto notebooks, and making small leather earphone holders. Nearby, an artisan hammered nails that ultimately would create the shape of the Petit h logo on a wall.
Hermès also invited visitors to sample various culinary delights whose recipes were concocted to echo the various ateliers. For instance, there was a dish including onions pierced with cloves. In French, “nail” is “clou” and

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Hermès to Honor Window Designer Leïla Menchari

WINDOW WORLDS: Regular passers-by of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris from across the past three decades will be familiar with the traffic-stopping, fantasy windows of Leïla Menchari for the Hermès flagship.
Paying tribute to the Tunisian designer’s love of craft and materials, the French leather goods house this fall is to dedicate a much bigger window to her work with a series of eight tableaux conceived by scenographer Nathalie Crinière in collaboration with Menchari set to go on display at the Grand Palais.
Titled “Hermès à tire-d’aile – Les mondes de Leïla Menchari,” which loosely translates as “The Hermès Worlds of Leïla Menchari,” the exhibition is set to run from Nov. 8 to Dec. 3.
A graduate of the Beaux-Arts, Menchari started working under Hermès’ former head of windows, Annie Beaumel, in the early Sixties. She took over designing the house’s windows from 1978 to 2013, working with a number of artisans from the Hermès universe and beyond, ranging from stone-cutters to sculptors, while also directing the Hermès color committee.
Windows created by Menchari have included giant waves crafted from marble, fantasy Kelly bags made out of metal, multicolored saddles with wings and a Paris-themed window with monuments in organza.
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Hermès Resort 2018

Staying relevant while keeping the classic Hermès devotee happy is a delicate balancing act, but Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski had it covered in this broad collection. It was steeped in heritage codes that were given a fresh spin.
There were the updates on timeless classics like equestrian capes and luxury staples revisited in unique palette mixes. Consider one French-touch ensemble, pairing an Hermès-orange coat with an apricot shirt and navy pant. Foulard tops mixing motifs with stripes in Seventies hues added a sporty, retro-chic spin.
Even the silhouettes based on exotic skins looked effortless, like the purist croc minidresses with belt details at the front embellished with mini padlocks: One dyed a pretty nude shade would perfectly offset a tan, another in a deep glossy petrol blue was accessorized with white Hermès slides.
The vacation mood continued with a total look Klein-blue ensemble pairing a poplin cotton shirt and ruffled skirt with smocking accents, and a dress with a fitted racer-back top and flowing skirt in black and gray blanket stripes. The show climaxed with a run of foulard dresses combining minimalist cuts with retro prints. A hint of personality came via asymmetric ruffle details on the skirt.

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Apple Just Unveiled A New Lineup of Seriously Cool Hermès Watch Bands

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New York-based Fancy Teams With Hermès

NEW YORK — With Carlos Slim Domit, Kering and Ashton Kutcher among its investors, Fancy has a new tie to the world of luxury — a limited collaboration with Hermès.
The SoHo-based shopping app clued in some of its 10 million-plus global shoppers to three customized Hermès finds — the Kick, $ 780 men’s slip-on sport shoes with an Hermès print; the Nautilus, a $ 1,670 caplets pen, and Le Flaneur d’Hermès, an $ 11,900 carbon bicycle with leather accents. The Hermès for Fancy selection is meant to relay Hermès’ “timeless, yet contemporary aesthetic and Fancy’s dedication to offering premium, unique products from around the world,” according to an Hermès-approved post on Fancy’s blog.
“Fancy is a great way for Hermès to test a presence on a social e-commerce platform,” said Caroline Watchorn, Hermès’ digital development director.
To tout the trio of products, Fancy developed a parallax animation video that allows shoppers to control the direction of the bicycle. “We set out to create a fun and engaging experience around these products,” said Joseph Einhorn, Fancy’s chief executive officer. “We are grateful to Hermès for their willingness to try something new with us.”
One of Fancy’s other potentially sizable initiatives will be the opening of a 20,000-square-foot

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PETA Becomes Hermès Shareholder

LONDON — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has taken another tack in its campaign to stop Hermès using exotic skins – becoming an Hermès shareholder.
PETA U.S. has bought a single share in the Paris-based luxury label in order to gain access to shareholder meetings, a spokeswoman said. “As a shareholder, PETA U.S. will work from inside to demand a permanent ban on accessories made from exotic animal skins, including crocodile skin bags and alligator skin watch bands,” said PETA’s U.K. director Mimi Bekhechi.
Hermès traditionally holds its annual general meeting in May or June. Officials at the French firm were not immediately available to comment on the latest development.
PETA’s latest move follows the animal rights group alleging cruelty at two of Hermès’ crocodile and alligator skin suppliers in Texas and Zimbabwe last month, and publishing what it alleged was undercover video footage of the farms.
This week, actress Jane Birkin called for Hermès to rename the crocodile version of the Hermès Birkin bag named in her honor, after viewing PETA’s footage. Hermès responded by saying it is investigating the Texas farm PETA focused on in the film, and that the facility in question does not supply the crocodile skins used for

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Authenticity code: Hermes Authentic: Pre Owned This is an authentic pre owned Hermes Cloisonne Bangle. Featuring black cloisonne enamel over golden plated. Exterior: Gently used Interior: Gently used Color: Black Material: Other Product Code: 1828003

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The Six-Figure Club: 6 of the Most Expensive Handbags Ever Sold at Auction Were Hermes Birkins

Prepare to rethink what splurging on accessories can really mean. The most expensive bag to sell at auction hit the chopping block at Christie’s last week, going for $ 221,844 at an auction in Hong Kong. It was a pink crocodile Hermès Birkin studded with diamonds—and it was sold to an unnamed bidder over the phone.


The idea of a handbag bringing in big money is nothing new. Before last week’s sale, here were the top sells—believe it or not six of the seven most expensive handbags ever sold at auction were Birkins.

Not a Birkin for $ 218,500 in 2011: A diamond and gold style previously owned by Elizabeth Taylor takes the honor as the only non Birkin to make the list. The details reported by WSJ are scant, but a flick through the 2011 auction catalog that previewed her jewelry (the section where the high-rolling bag was included) show both a golden clutch and a Fred Leighton elephant bag that was gifted to Taylor from Michael Jackson as a birthday present.

Birkin for $ 203,150 in 2015: Before Monday’s record-setting sale, this was the most expensive Birkin to sell at auction.

Birkin for $ 185,000 in 2014: Last fall the below Birkin, made of Himalayan Nilo Crocodile and including a total of 9.84 carats of diamonds, sold in Beverly Hills.

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Birkin for $ 113,525 in 2011: A blue croc Birkin went at the same Dallas auction the the previous record-setter did.

Birkin for $ 95,000 in 2011: Also in Dallas: a red croc Birkin.

Birkin for $ 80,663 in 2011: A third Hermès Birkin made bank at the same Dallas sale.

In case you’re curious, the world’s most expensive handbag is thought to be Mouawad’s “1001 Nights” purse. The 18-carat-gold bag has 4,517 yellow, pink, and colorless diamonds, combining for an impressive 381.92 carats, and has been estimated at $ 3.8 million.

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Hermès Opens Wanderland Exhibition

A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Hermès is taking a trip — to nowhere in particular — with an exhibition that opens today dedicated to flânerie, or the act of wandering the city streets and drinking in the details of everyday life. Wanderland will run until May 2 at the Saatchi Gallery in London, and move to Paris in September, Turin, Italy, in December and China next year.
Hermès has dedicated 2015 to the theme of flânerie and transformed an upper floor of the gallery into a series of whimsical and surreal settings across 11 rooms. One features vintage walking sticks — including one for the dandy, with a built-in bit of chalk for cleaning the collar and a brush for dusting down the suit — while another is filled with graffiti created by the artist known as Cept, and another with floor panels that “talk” when a visitor walks on them. A café dedicated to lost objects features little tables inset with pocket watches or tiny paint boxes that, on closer inspection, feature film screens the size of postage stamps. A pillbox and glass bottle on one table glow with psychedelic colors while the image of a lady dances at

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PRICE GUIDE HERMÈS HANDBAGS

PRICE GUIDE HERMÈS HANDBAGS


This eBook looks at some of the various bags made by this world renowned company and gives an indication of prices that these bags have obtained at auction houses in Europe and America. Prices will be stated in the currency of the country of the sale and will give the pound, dollar and euro wherever possible. Price obtained depends on the nature of the materials used. This could range from canvas, leather from the skin of a calf, goat or goat and other skins like ostrich, crocodile, lizard or alligator. They also use toile (canvas). Colour can determine the value also. Black and white may be more popular as they can be worn with most colour outfits whereas an orange colour may be more limited. But, is the case today? With prices rising rapidly for these very desirable works of art some people are buying them not to put their make-up, mobile phones and car keys in  but to keep locked away as an investment for the future. Size may also determine the prices that are achieved at auction. For the bigger the bag the more it is desirable as it has more animal skin on them hence a higher price. There are also some handbags that are extremely sought after and these have real gold hardware and real diamonds on them. Naturally those which have real gold and diamonds attached to them will command higher prices and these prices have shocked many in the art world and made Hermes handbags one of the most sought after luxury items in the world.

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