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Hermès

In 1837, Thierry Hermès opened his workshop, making the finest quality harnesses and saddles in the heart of Paris. Today, Hermès remains a family company whose craftspeople make, often by hand and always with love, bags and belts, diaries, dishes, scarves and shoes, perfumes and purses, ties and traveling furniture, as well as gloves, hats, watches, jewelry, and clothes. To make sure the customers are happy, the brand still dress horses, as well as helicopters, cars, bicycles, boats, dogs, and the occasional leopard.

Hermès exemplifies the concept of slow, thoughtful design. The house’s durable and elegant accessories, iconic scarves, and immaculately designed ready-to-wear reflect its enduring omnipresence.

Buttoned jacket with leather pockets

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Hermès bag

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Médor PM 23 x 23mm

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In 1837, Thierry Hermès opened his workshop, making the finest quality harnesses and saddles in the heart of Paris. Today, Hermès remains a family company whose craftspeople make, often by hand and always with love, bags and belts, diaries, dishes, scarves and shoes, perfumes and purses, ties and traveling furniture, as well as gloves, hats, watches, jewelry, and clothes. To make sure the customers are happy, the brand still dress horses, as well as helicopters, cars, bicycles, boats, dogs, and the occasional leopard.