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The Lindy stands out for its slouchy design. Introduced in the Spring/Summer 2007 runway, this bag can be carried two ways: on the hand by the handles, or over the shoulder with the attached shoulder strap. It is a very roomy bag that’s perfect for travel, as it has two exterior pockets and two large interior compartments, each with its own individual zipper.
Nowadays, designer brands try to retro everything possible from a specific bag that’s unusual hot. It’s almost the same like: ‘I like love flower pink pumps’ and then try to sell me shirts, skirts and bags with pink flowers printed on it. Or isn’t that the correct metaphor?
Introducing the Hermes Garden Party Bag, which has been around for a while. It’s the ideal everyday bag for the modern heiress to flaunt. Carry it whenever you are in need of shopping spree, take it in the evenings and even to work.
Presenting the Hermes Medor Clutch Bag. A luxurious clutch bag that features the iconic collier de chien gold or silver hardware. The hardware is adjustable, allowing the bag to have more space.
The Hermes Evelyne bag may not be as well recognized as the Birkin or Kelly, but H lovers flock to the Evelyne because it is so functional and hassel-free. Since its release, there have been 3 versions of the Evelyne – The Evelyne I, Evelyne II, and Evelyne III. When we caught wind of this clutch-meets-shoulder-meets-crossbody bag
along with a perforated ‘H’ logo we were super thrilled! It’s not every
day we get the design like this; totally functional, extremely easy,
uniquely stylish and unisex pattern.
The Hermes Jypsiere first premiered in the Hermes Fall/Winter 2008 collection under the vision of previous artistic director Jean-Paul Gaultier. For many, the Jypsiere looks like a re-interpretation of the Kelly or Birkin Bag in messenger form. Gaultier felt inspired to create a casual, traditional bag with a twist that complemented the nature, hunting, and fishing motif of the 2008 show.
of the holy grails of bags as far as I’m concerned, the Hermès Haut À
Courroies (or HAC for short) has been in existence (and production)
since 1892, created by Émile-Maurice Hermès who modelled it after the
totes used by Argentinian cowboys while on a trip to South America.