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What are Hermes products?
All Hermès products are produced almost exclusively in France in workshops (Ateliers Hermès), where great emphasis is placed on quality. This is done through the classic “limited edition” strategy, but in the case of Hermès, it gives the portfolio a higher level of exclusivity, as Hermès’ products are exclusive in themselves. According to the company’s annual report, Hermès products are divided into the following categories: leather goods and saddlery, ready-to-wear clothing and accessories for men and women (including shoes, belts, gloves, hats, etc.). In the 1930s, Hermès introduced products that have now gone down in the annals of fashion as icons — in 1935 the Sac à Dépêches leather bag (renamed “Kelly Bag” after Grace Kelly) and the Hermès Carré shawls (scarves) in 1937.