Hermès Evelyne

The Hermès Evelyne, designed by Évelyne Bertrand in 1978, is regarded as one of Hermès’ most functional and easy to style bags.

About Hermès

Since 1837, Hermès has remained faithful to its artisanal model and its humanist values. The freedom to create, the constant quest for beautiful materials, and the transmission of exceptional know-how – which enable the creation of useful, and elegant objects which stand the test of time – forge the uniqueness of Hermès. Family-run, independent and socially responsible, the company is committed to maintaining the majority of its production in France, through its 43 production sites, while developing its international distribution network of 311 stores in 45 countries.

Leather, Skins, & Material

The Hermès Evelyne is available in two types of leather: Epsom or Clemence leather. Epsom leather is an embossed calfskin, as opposed to Clemence leather which is a grainy, flat and matted bull calfskin. Clemence leather is completely scratch resistant due to it's texture while Epsom leather has finer grains making it easy to clean. 

History of the Evelyne

Embossed and defined by its perforated “H” shape design, the Evelyne bag is often perceived as an entryway into the exclusive brand due to the crossbody’s efficient design, in addition to its lower price point. 

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