Hermes BirkinTogo 30 Noir

Hermes Birkin Togo 30 Noir

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The holy grail of handbags, the Hermes Birkin has consistently retained its title as the most coveted bag of all time since it was conceived midair in 1983 on a flight from Paris to London, when British actress Jane Birkin and Jean-Louis Dumas, the great grandson of Hermes met by chance. The original design was actually sketched on a sick bag as the two sat together to come up with the concept Jane had in mind. Since then, all Birkins are constructed by a single trained artisan in a Hermes workshop and take around 48 hours to make. Every artisan has his or her own set of tools and keeps them when they retire. Since its debut, the Birkin, now a status symbol of ultimate wealth and style, has astronomically increased in value, and numbers are expected to keep rising. The most expensive Birkin was made of crocodile skin and bought at a Christie’s auction by an anonymous buyer for over $300,000. This black Birkin 30 Togo is as classic as they come. Crafted with textured Togo calfskin leather in black with palladium plated hardware, it features tonal stitching, a front toggle closure, a signature clochette lock with two keys, double rolled handles and a leather-lined interior with one zip pocket and two additional pockets. The black Birkin 30 with Togo leather and palladium hardware is a stylish investment for any wardrobe that most likely will never really go out of style.

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