The square clasp bag incorporates precious leather craftsmanship and precise knowledge of modern silver craftsmen
Focusing on diets technology, Hermès is at the forefront of moving forward. The design is a recurring theme in the DNA of the 19th century Parisian mansion. Whether it gives a second life to discarded leather pieces in a small space or the recycling of silk with skillful use for up to ten years, all the pieces from the Hermès convention are a product of imaginative art.
The inspiration for one of the most coveted offerings this season, the Mosaique au 24 bag, comes directly from the foundation of the house’s history. The built-in flap bag has an established square clasp inspired by the stone floor construction at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, an 1880 building that still stands today. But palladium plated hardware is a bit tricky – which Hermès does much better. A grid-shaped metal cone carefully hides the delicate touch button, attached seamlessly to the leather wing. Blending it together is a smooth leather finish with a boxy silhouette that you will get in two sizes and different colors. The piece first appeared on the 2018 pre-fall trail, and also in the fall / winter 208 line on deep oxblood, tan, tea and more. The entire Hermès universe does not have bright logos or large print, instead, it is a world that carries the past and the future with the luxury of intelligent design.