Hermes Kelly

One of the holy trinity of the Hermés House bags, The Kelly bag, was created in the 1930s, by the head of Hermés Robert Dumas. He designed a bold, structured, trapezoid shape with two triangular gussets, which got Hermés to a new era. Around 1956, the bag's fame skyrocketed, after Grace Kelly, a Hollywood star turned princess of Monaco, was photographed holding it, which resulted in Hermès changing the name of their bag to "Kelly". Since then, small leather goods have been inspired by it, using its shape and unique characteristics. Wallets, coin purses, or pouches that can be worn in a variety of ways are enhanced by claps, straps, leather bells, keys, as well as padlocks.

A shoulder strap is now an option for the purse. The Hermès Kelly bags come in a variety of sizes and tones and are available in different categories. The iconic Kelly gets a twist in Kelly Retourne. Retourne means the inside out and this version of the famous Kelly bag is constructed inside out so the stitching points inwards, making the bag's edges and corners more rounded. If you need the more traditional version, then the Kelly Sellier in a myriad of colors is going to be more up your alley. Despite the subtle differences, the two designs are equally structured and emblematic.

In the Hermès Wallet collection the first type of Hermès Kelly can be found. Long wallets in ostrich leather from this section of the Hermès Kelly collection come with 12 credit card slots, a zippered change purse, a palladium-plated Kelly fastening, as well as 2 bill compartments. This bag is 7.8" long, 4.5" tall, and 0.6" deep.

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Hermes Kelly Classic Wallet Mysore Goatskin Palladium Rose Confetti

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