Being a seasoned sale shopper, I've uncovered, over the past few years, the holy trinity of Toronto sales: the clearance sales at TNT, the end-of-season sales at The Room at the Bay, and the holy grail of sales for some – Hermès' biennual A Special Silk and Accessories Sale in support of...

$140 via Hermes. Asininely expensive scented candles aren't much of a luxury oddity, so at first I moved right on past the Hermes Fleurs d'Indienne Candle – until I realized that it's NOT SCENTED. It's in a pretty cup, though... $280 via Hermes. What Hermes lacks in scented candles, it...

At the end of the day, when all bag trends have come and gone, bags from Hermes remain timeless, in demand, and classic. Great alternatives to the Kelly and the Birkin, this Toolbox is in my book, already a winner and is on a class of its own! The Toolbox Bag is now available at the...

To buy a hand signal to the current production has now become mainstream. Louis Vuitton outlet inside the Louis Vuitton handbag opportunity to bargain, the following advantages: 1, easy to read. In essence, it is common, handbags are 50% lower if local production. This represents 70%...

! It's a design like nothing we've ever seen from Hermès before! Harrods will also play host to a completely new Hermès experience in store from the 1st of December. Every Wednesday and Friday afternoon from this date, the Hermès stylist team will be in store to show you the thousands of...

be a rambunctious night at their inaugural Silk Ball in London on June 26th, held at Koko in Camden. Hermès is doing a surprise detour and having some fun, and with their signature silks, they've had the opportunity to express their whimsical spirit with campaigns such as J'Aime Mon Carré,...

Even when the final design in the final chosen set of colourways make it to Podium - a bi-annual event where the buyers of Hermès stores from all around the world select the scarves they'd like to buy for their specific markets - it's unlikely that a huge quantity of each scarf is bought....

which is part of Petite H, a larger program in which Hermès uses leftover materials from the manufacture of its main products to produce tchotchkes and objets d'art both big and small (although usually small). Petit H products are usually made in very small runs and only available at select...

 

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