It was first-introduced during the Fall Winter 2016 Runway, but we have never chatted about it extensively. However, we did mention the pochette version, which was not included with a leather strap – shame! But anyways, let’s dive into the Hermes Baton de Craie Bag, it deserves your attention too, you know!
I’m still figuring out the name. Baton de Craie means Chalk Stick in French and this bag is indeed inspired by Chalk Stick. But what has that to do with the bag? Perhaps it’s the closure piece on the top. But anyways, this handbag is quite special as it is inspired by a Hermes piece from the 1920’s. Vintage-ish?
The Baton de Craie Bag is crafted with curvy round shape. The important is the leather as it feels luxurious because it’s made from Epsom Calfskin. This can be your next-great everyday bag because the style is streamlined, minimal and easy to pair with summer and winter outfits. Isn’t that called timeless?
The center features the masterpiece, which is a silver – palladium plated closure (perhaps there is also a gold version, or in the future). It comes with a long leather strap for cross body carry and of course, also shoulder carry. But the body is quite unique if you take look at the side. The bottom is chubbier than the top just like a wine bottle.
This bag fits all your basic essentials that are need to survive on daily basis. And maybe there is still room for some extra’s. This is not an oversized handbag, but are you looking for one as an everyday bag?
The Prices And Sizes
The small size measures 11.9’ x 12.6’ x 3.1’ (L x H x D) inches, priced at $6300 USD via Hermes boutiques.
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You will find luxury goods, and then there is that the Birkin bag from the French firm Hermes. It’s been an elusive standing symbol for 30 years, but it’s also always strangely out of stock.Deemed to be one of the world’s most valuable luxury brands, Hermes has proven to transcend the luxury brand business, while establishing new trends and immortalizing their iconic products. It’s continued to highlight the value of hand craftsmanship and has continued to pay tribute to its history. Over the design, the invention, and the creative minds behind Hermes, the brand has withstood the challenges of contemporary markets, the demands of the industry, along with the tightening competition all due to its history that surpasses any other brand in the luxury market.The Hermes Fashion House premiered in Paris as a harness creating store in 1837 by Thierry Hermes (1801-1878). His clients were the stylish Parisian “beau monde” and European royalty such as Napoléon III and his empress, Eugénie. It was in late 1879 when the line was expanded by Charles-Emile Hermes, Thierry’s son and successor. The expansion included the production of saddles and they opened a new location near the Palais de l’Elysee. In 1937, Hermes opened its scarf (or even carre) factory in Lyon. Robert Dumas-Hermes succeeded the leadership of Hermes in the 1950s and has been iconic for presenting Hermes ties– nevertheless the most desirable ties on the planet. Additionally, the duc-carriage-with-horse logo, bolduc (the renowned ribbon!) And signature orange boxes have been released in 1961. The Hermes horse-and-carriage logo was inspired by the art of Alfred de Dreux.