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Hermes Handbags

One of the most elite names in the world, Hermes was first established in 1837 with the aim of serving upper-class horse riders. Saddles were the house's primary output, making horses the first true connoisseurs of Hermes. As decades passed, the brand expanded its leather expertise into handbags. The Evelyne, after Hermes employee Evelyne Bertrand, continues to be produced today, along with the Lindy bag and the Plume. The Kelly and the Birkin, perhaps the most iconic Hermes bags of all time, are two of the most sought after luxury items in history. The former, named after style legend Grace Kelly, is produced with unrivalled craftsmanship, from the highest quality leather and hardware. Likewise, the Birkin, named after actress Jane Birkin, is possibly the most coveted status symbol in the world. The famed Hermes lock and key form a part of each bag's metallic hardware, paired with creamy leather to create high quality, irreplaceable piece of luxury fashion history.

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