The Hermès brand is adored not only for their exquisite designs but also their varied colour palettes. However, not all colours are equal, and there are certain awe-inspiring colours that are much more coveted than others when it comes to used or preloved designer Hermès bags in Singapore.
Be it a Birkin or a Kelly, brand-new or pre-owned, these are the most popular colours of Hermès Bags:
First introduced in Hermès’ Fall / Winter 2019 collection the colour Nata features a gentler impression than clear white, blending ivory with a mellow warmth through a yellowish tint. Hermès bags in this colour are highly demanded due to how easy it is to coordinate with just about any casual outfit due to its saturation.
Gold has been one of Hermès’ most in-demand colours since popularised by Grace Kelly in the 1950s. Their signature buttery-tan hue is particularly beautiful when paired with gold accessories and a classy outfit, though the caramel tones of Hermès’ gold bags can also easily complement everyday outfits.
Hermès Noir is a jet-black shade that instantly adds chic to any get-up you throw on. The original colour of the very first Birkin created for Jane Birkin herself, the Hermès Noir masterfully blends class and edge together to create the perfect colour that exuberates strength.
The versatile neutral of Hermès’ permanent library of colours, Etoupe features cooler tones than the Hermès Gold, giving it a more utilitarian aesthetic. This grey-brown taupe has been a beloved neutral of the house for centuries, and its legacy is expected to continue into the far future.
Hermès Rose Tyrien is full of intricate nuances, with a condensed charm of pink. It ranks highly amongst designer bag collectors as one of Hermès’ prettiest and rarest pinks of all time. If you’re looking to condense glamour and loveliness into a single shade, the Rose Tyrien is your only safe bet.
This used Hermès Constance 24 is a popular Hermès designer bag in Singapore that is available in Rose Tyrien.
Wherever you go, Hermès Orange is instantly recognised as a symbol of extreme luxury. Thierry Hermès’s grandson, Emile Maurice Hermès, had initially chosen the colour beige to represent his family label and the bags they make. Hermès boxes then were made in that shade using imitation pigskin. However, during World War II, the dyes and materials needed to make these beige imitation pigskin boxes became scarce — but paper and orange dye were easily attainable. And that’s how the Hermès Orange Box was born.
The shade has since stuck, and the Hermès Orange continues its legacy as testament to resourcefulness and ingenuity. Known otherwise as Classic Orange or Orange H, this hue and its symbolism will never be forgotten to the Hermès house nor those who love it dearly.
This preloved Hermès Birkin 30 is a popular Hermès bag that is available in Orange.
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