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Hermès Paris

Founded in 1870
24, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré   75008 Paris  France
Monday: 10:30 - 18:30
10:30 - 18:30Tuesday: 10:30 - 18:30
10:30 - 18:30Wednesday: 10:30 - 18:30
10:30 - 18:30Thursday: 10:30 - 18:30
10:30 - 18:30Friday: 10:30 - 18:30
10:30 - 18:30Saturday: 10:30 - 18:30
10:30 - 18:30Sunday: ClosedClosed
Genre
Woman
Man
Store Type
Independent store
Monobrand store
Physical & online store
Brand type sold
Luxury
Brands
History & Philosophy
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Hermès, the Parisian boutiques of the historic high fashion French Maison. The most famous creations are the Kelly and the Birkin bags.

Hermès is a well-known French boutique founded in Paris in 1870 by Thierry Hermès. The brand was already born in 1837, but only in 1870 the first boutique was opened. At the beginning, it was a workshop specialized in the production of saddles and harnesses, but later it became a famous fashion house, whose headquarter can be found in rue de Faubourg Saint Honoré.

The boutique is known all over the world and is synonymous of class and elegance: the handbags and colorful fantasies of silk scarves are memorable, but the boutique is also specialized in the sale of high fashion clothing and prêt-à-porter fashion, accessories, jewelry and perfumes, leather goods and luxury suitcases, home furnishings and homeware.

The two historic handmade handbags realized with rare and high-quality hides are the Kelly, a travel bag worn by Grace KellyPrincess of Monaco, from which the bag took the name and the Birkin, a more recent creation inspired by the actress Jane Birkin and worn by many stars.

The style of boutique interior design is very elegant and not at all ordinary. Indeed, inside the hall, clothing is exposed into some nests composed by intersected wooden ramifications. This structure is also recalled along the stairs. The floor is made of marble, while laterally it is possible to find two long black and golden iron balconies. After passing the hall, in the next room some accessories are exposed inside glass furniture and also some homeware are exposed into some asymmetrical sections of the wall.

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24, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré , Paris
Monday: 15:30-19:30
15:30-19:30Tuesday: 10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30
10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30Wednesday: 10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30
10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30Thursday: 10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30
10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30Friday: 10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30
10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30Saturday: 10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30
10:00–13:00 15:30-19:30Sunday: ClosedClosed
42, avenue George V , Paris
Monday: 15:30-19:30
15:30-19:30Tuesday: 9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30
9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30Wednesday: 9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30
9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30Thursday: 9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30
9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30Friday: 9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30
9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30Saturday: 9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30
9:30-12:30 15:30-19:30Sunday: ClosedClosed
17, rue de Sèvres , Paris
Monday: 9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30
9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30 Tuesday: 9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30
9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30 Wednesday: 9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30
9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30 Thursday: 9:30-13:00
9:30-13:00 Friday: 9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30
9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30 Saturday: 9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30
9:30-13:00 15:30-19:30 Sunday: ClosedClosed
LE BHV MARAIS, Rue de Rivoli , Paris
Monday: 09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30
09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30Tuesday: 09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30
09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30Wednesday: 09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30
09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30Thursday: 09:00-12:30
09:00-12:30Friday: 09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30
09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30Saturday: 09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30
09:00-12:30 16:00-19:30Sunday: ClosedClosed
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