From the history of the House of Hermès to the must-have Picotin bag.
Even if the chic and timeless look associated with the House of Hermès just does not get old, the birth of the label goes back to the year 1837. Hermès was then specialised in the world of horse riding and supplied the leading stables in equestrian circles. With the brand achieving ever-greater success internationally, it decided to diversify into different fields of activity. In the 1920's, it was actually the turn of leather goods and the famous silk scarves to move front and centre. The founder's grandson would then take over the reins of the company and give it a makeover. It was thanks to him that new products appeared, like the Picotin bag.
The Picotin range, for modern, elegant women.
The Picotin bag by Hermès is aimed at modern women who need enough space in their bag to carry around all their essentials on a daily basis. With its long strap, handles and original shape, this model adapts perfectly to all women, whatever their style happens to be. The material, which is supple and refined, gives the handbag an elegant quality. In addition, metal detailing (buckle and lock) give the whole thing a contemporary look. It is also a way of showcasing the high-end artisanal skill inextricably linked with this luxury label. Most models are mono colour while some have a colour variant on their handle.
A rare, high-end selection to discover on Vestiaire Collective.
Vestiaire Collective is a careful selection of fashion items of the highest possible quality. The objective is to allow customers to don their favourite brands from their heads to their toes. A Picotin bag will definitely set off all those distinguished, feminine outfits.
The model adapts to current demand and the latest trends in terms of fashion. But other iconic pieces by Hermès will be etched on the memories of anyone who loves fashion and luxury forever.