Hermes Evelyne Sellier Bag Reference Guide


Introducing the Hermes Evelyne Sellier Bag. This new version of the Evelyne bag was first released for the brand’s Fall/Winter 2016 Collection. The Evelyne Sellier is made of Hunter cowhide leather and featured a new embossed H logo, instead of the signature perforated as seen on the original Evelyne. The bag is closed with a small leather flap and a press stud. It comes with an adjustable Wooly shoulder strap and palladium-plated silver hardware. The interior is unlined with a flat pocket, while the exterior also has a flat back pocket. Available in two sizes, 29 and 33.

Style, Price & Size




Hermes Evelyne Sellier 29 Bag €3,200.00 11.4″ L x 11.8″ H x 3.9″ P
Hermes Evelyne Sellier 33 Bag €3,550.00 13″ L x 12.2″ H x 3.1″ P

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This leather horse from Hermes costs more than a Porsche 911


For the not-so-rich class, luxury often means absurdity. After all, who would want to want spend millions on a rock-like art piece or a hand bag that only manages to carry the very same essentials for you? However, if you are someone who strongly disagrees with the previous statement, you may find the sense that we are so desperately seeking out of the recent art collectible by Hermès that is waiting to get you bankrupt.

The luxury label’s new art piece for you is a leather statue of a horse that measures 4.5 feet long and showcases very ordinary looking fringes off its head. Named, Marley – The Pony, the structure encompasses a luxe looking upholstered mini-statue that is nice enough for the eyes, but fails to solve any purpose beyond that. Even for the uber-rich who have plenty of money to burn, giving away a shattering $133,000 on a toy pony would be a hard deal for obvious reasons.

Questioning the worth of Hermès new collectible is thus obvious because a price tag like can buy you a couple of SUV’s or even a decent enough home in few parts of the country as an alternative. Either ways, it would be quite un wise to spend a chuck that huge on a fringed leather toy. If nothing, buying a real horse (with a stable) for this sum makes more sense in the world!

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Maria Shriver’s Bag Collection is All Business, Including Lots of Hermès Birkins



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Hermès City 3CC



Come in closer. Yes, you’re looking at the all-new card cases from Hermès that you can simply slip into your shirt pocket or pants for quick and easy access (the card case, not what’s inside your pants). Available in two-tone hues like Colvert/Bleu Indigo and Kaki/Lime on a grained Epsomleather body, but if you prefer something more solidly-hued, there’s also one in full Noir that’s will look sharp in any guy’s shirt pocket.

The City 3CC is gender-neutral, a great piece whether you’re a boy or a girl. The card case’s functions are also pretty straightforward, 3 slots for the most important of cards (ATM, EZ-Link and IC we think), all tucked within its slim and chic body which measures 11 cm long and 7 cm wide.

Now, before you speed-dial your favourite Hermès SA, we’ve done some checks on your behalf. All 3 colours of the City 3CC are available at our local boutiques and each is priced at SGD790. We also hear that there’s one more available at Hermès Liat Towers that comes in Blue Zanzibar/Bleu Indigo combo that’s not pictured, so if you’re a blue-on-blue kind of guy (or girl) head down soon before they’re all gone.

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Must Have Hermes Small Leather Goods


It is a well known fact that Hermes creates elegant and classy handbags. So it’s not surprising, that the brand also offers luxurious small leather goods like wallets and pouches. Some of the Hermes wallets can also double as a clutch bag. While the pouches can be used on its own, or be placed inside your everyday bag. Check out our Must Have Small Leather Goods from Hermes!


The Béarn features an “H” tab closure and comes with 5 credit card slots, 2 extra pockets and a change purse with zipper. Available in a variety of colors. Priced at $2,675.00 (USD).

Kelly Long Wallet

The wallet version of the iconic Kelly Bag. It features the signature Kelly strap with swivel clasp closure. This wallet can also be used as a clutch bag. Priced at $3,375.00 (USD).

Constance Long Wallet

Another wallet patterned with an Hermes classic bag, the Constance. It has the same ‘H’ tab closure
with 12 credit card slots, bill pockets and change purse with zipper. Retails for $4,525.00 (USD). Also available in alligator Mississippiensis leather.


This pretty wallet has the “Clou de Selle” tab with a leather strap closure. It also includes a removable change purse with zipper. Retails for $2,200.00 (USD).

Jigé Duo

The Jigé Duo comes with a leather flap and also bears the H logo on its closure. This wallet can also double as a clutch, that can be used from day to night. Priced at €2,700.00.

Mini Convoyeur

A chic wallet with a removable strap, that can also be used as a clutch, shoulder bag and crossbody bag. Retails for $4,225.00 (USD).

Hermail Tutti-Frutti

From the fun and quirky Tutti Frutti Collection, the Hermail Tutti-Frutti is a wallet that features a fruit-shaped leather on its closure. It comes in bold and bright colors. Retails for $3,500.00 (USD).

Envelope Trio

This functional wallet comes in three pieces. A large one with a flap front and two smaller zip pouches with contrasting colors. Can also be used as a clutch. Priced at $1,525.00 (USD).

Bazar Pouch

Simple yet classy, the Bazar Pouch can be used everyday or placed inside your favorite handbag. Retails for $1,175.00 (USD).

Smart Pouch

This cute pouch which comes in different bright colors, is the perfect way to carry your phone in style. It can also fit small necessities like lipstick or keys. Priced at $860.00 (USD).

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A Horse is a Horse, Of Course, Of Course—Unless It’s Hermès, Then It’s a $133k Art Piece



The longer you spend working in or writing about the luxury industry, the more desensitized to its absurdities you become. Luxury is maximal by definition—if not by appearance, then by some sort of abundance. Moderation is its natural opposite, so once an idea of abundance is taken to its logical extreme, a further logical extreme must be invented. Today, we’ve found a new one: an Hermès leather horse statue that measures 4.5 feet long and rings up at a steep $133,000. Even if you’re medium-rich, it’s probably enough to make you empathize with how all those French peasants felt about Marie Antoinette.

Marley the Poney, as Hermès is calling her (him? Marley’s gender is unclear), is a one-of-a-kind upholstered mini-statue that answers the question, “How do we continue to get the ultra wealthy to spend their money with us when we have already sold them a half dozen versions of literally everything they already realized it was possible to need or want?” Apparently, you construct a barnyard animal out of leather and then give it an all-over leather mane that makes it look like if Cousin It were a horse, but also, spiritually, a handbag. And then you assign this monument to upholstery a six-figure price tag, because what does money even mean anymore? It’s 2017, baby. We’re through the looking glass.

As always, it’s instructive in these situations to do the math on what else one might buy with Cousin It Handbag Horse money. Mostly, that means tallying up the modest new cars or other leather handbags one might buy, but in this case, Marley’s whopping price tag will get you two well-equipped BMW X5 SUVs, a small collection of Hermès’s ultra rare crocodile Birkins or Kellys, or, in many parts of the US, your first starter home. For people who already have all that stuff locked up, well: it gets you a large (but not, like, impressively large) leather horse in need of a haircut, which is either useful for intimidating visitors to your country estate by letting them know you have more money than God or an incredibly dumb way to let grifters, hustlers and scammers of all types know that you’d be an easy mark. Your choice, really.

Potentially, the funniest part of all of this is that Marley is part of the Hermès petite h program, which was created to put to use the leftover leathers and silks that are a biproduct of the brand’s existing accessories businesses. It’s unclear if that’s indeed Marley’s material origin, but if that part of the petite h ethos applies here, then someone’s literally going to pay six figures for recyclables.

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