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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Hermes Eco-Friendly Bag!

When we first blogged about Anya Hindmarch's "I'm Not a Plastic Bag" early this year, we also mentioned that Hermes has also gone green. For all you Hermes fans out there, here's a look at the new Eco-Friendly Bag by Hermes. Called the "Silky Pop" Bag because it's made from silk and leather, this bag is not a limited edition (unlike the "Plastic Bag"). The design and motifs on the "Silky Pop" come from Hermes's popular scarf prints from the brands archives. So, the prints that will be used on this "Silky Pop" bag will vary from season to season.

What's unique about this bag is that as shown in the picture above, this bag is foldable, making it easily stowed away be it when you travel, or etc. This bag is so creatively and cleverly designed that when you fold the bag, the attached leather base (with the zippers as shown in pic above) actually becomes the bag's carrying case (see the zippered leather square in the girl's hand shown above)! Also, because it's made of silk, it's incredibly light in weight! The Silky Pop is definitely one-of-a-kind, and you can be sure that the whole world wouldn't be toting it around too (like Anya's Plastic Bag)! Get this eco-friendly, reusable "Silky Pop" bag by super-luxe brand, Hermes for $960 or $700 Euros via Hermes

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Hermes Birkin Lover said...

I've noticed that Hermes uses a lot of eco-friendly material in its 2010 spring bag collection too. It's awesome!