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Hermès Is Now Producing The Priciest Blue Balls Of All Time

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Will we ever live to see the day in which Hermès exhausts the world’s vast supply of mundane items to hand-stitch and mark up to the tune of one million dollars? At this rate, it is quite possible. The French heritage brand beloved for their fiiiiiine leather goods is now responsible for the fanciest, most ‘spensive blue balls you ever did see. If you’re sick and tired of looking at boring old basketball-colored basketballs, Hermès’s bright blue version crafted from bull calfskin may just be worth its $12,900 price tag. The color, explained the high-fashion house’s U.S. CEO Robert Chavez, “represents the sky, the ocean, and all the beautiful pools that are a way of life in L.A. and Southern California.” Ah, yes, all those beautiful, beautiful pools. [THR via The Cut]

Who Is Going To Buy This $91,500 “Crocodile Chiffon” Hermes T-Shirt?

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“Chiffon” and “crocodile” are two words I have never before seen occupying the same sentence. Well, Hermes must have noticed, because they’ve officially tapped into the niche “things that are made of chiffon, and also of crocodile” market that there is such a massive demand for. Hermes is just the best like that, you know? Those patron saints of all the stuff you really need whipped up this super-awesome men’s t-shirt crafted from “an innovative lightweight dyed crocodile,” which sounds kinda sweaty. It’s also retailing at the totally reasonable price of $91,500 at the brand’s Madison Avenue store, right next to a whole range of other chiffon crocodile shirts running from $60,000-$100,000. Which, psh. Pocket change. I have that tucked into my bra right now, don’t you? I will be sorely disappointed if Scott Disick isn’t photographed wearing this in a few weeks’ time. In the meantime, here’s some other stuff you could buy for $91,500, you dummy. [Fashionista] Keep reading »

Jessica Simpson’s Fiance Loves Her To The Tune Of 15K

The most expensive birthday gift I ever received from a significant other was a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps that pinched my feet. I never wear them, as I have yet to get the necessary foot-binding procedure. Jessica Simpson won’t have that problem with her pricey b-day gift from fiance Eric Johnson — a highly-coveted Hermes Birkin bag estimated to cost $15,000. I just hope she’s not wearing lipstick during that makeout sesh. Makeup stains greatly depreciate the value of luxury handbags. [Twitter] Keep reading »

Hermes Vans We Wish We Could Have

I saw images of these custom-made Hermes Vans yesterday and was practically dying. I don’t really wear flats, like, ever, but I might make an exception for these gorgeously patterned skate shoes, which were custom created by Vans for stylist Robert Verdi. The bright patterns and colors practically scream “I know how to have a laid back good time, dude.” Sadly, these slip-ons aren’t going to be massed produced–they were simply made after Verdi brought in some of his vintage Hermes scarves and had the Vans team re-create them in shoe form. But they are inspiring me to grab a paint brush and a pair of canvas tennis shoes and see what happens. Check out a couple other Verdi-special shoes after the jump! [Huh Magazine] Keep reading »

Would You Wear: Pant Boots?

Take a good look at this picture from Hermes’ Fall Ready-to-Wear collection. Sure, it looks like some leather pants and some boots, but look closer: Those are pant boots — pants with built-in shoes. Of course, they’re from Hermès, so they’re prohibitively expensive, but it’s only a matter of time before this idea trickles down to mass fashion. I mean, we’ve already imagineered Sheggings, right? The pant boot, or “poot,” does come with some complications. Namely, how do you alter it if you’re short? And what do you do if one of the boot heels breaks while you’re wearing it? Is it poots off? So tell us — would you wear them? Keep reading »

Holy Hermès! World’s Largest Bag Takes Over Dublin Department Store

We ladies sometimes get a bad rep for carrying around purses so large you could house a small zoo in them. This may be true, but at least your handbag isn’t this big. Behold, a giant replica of an Hermès Kelly bag, which is on display at a Dublin department store. Standing at over 9-feet-tall, the monument isn’t just for sitting pretty; it’s also interactive. Shoppers can climb inside and watch short films all while the purse moves so that you feel as though your life has actually gone “Honey I Shrunk The Kids”-style and you’re being carried around. Completely weird? Yes. But at the same time, this sounds so cool! We want to test it out—it’s like Disneyland for fashion! [Ruth O’Connor] Keep reading »

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