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Hermès Brings ‘Flânerie’ Exhibition to Paris

The quirky show is dedicated to the Parisian practice of drinking in the details of city life.

Hermès Digitizes First Perfumerie at NYC’s Brookfield Place

The new shop is the first Hermes shop dedicated entirely to beauty.

Hermès Moves to Reassure Jane Birkin Over Crocodile Farms

The luxury house said Birkin was satisfied with the measures it has taken, which include tightening…

Hermès Launches Dedicated Web Platform for Men

Le MANifeste d'Hermès features irreverent lists, videos and animations showcasing the luxury brand's men's…

Europe’s Markets on the Rise

Yoox Group's shares jumped 5.9 percent on news of Natalie Massenet's departure from Net-a-porter.

Chinese Consumers Still Flocking to Hermès

Chinese consumers remain a core customer for the brand — both in and outside of China.

Europe’s Markets Fall as China Devalues Yuan

The Chinese currency's devaluation sent luxury stocks down in the morning's trading.

Hermès Hosts Giant Steps Charity Classic in Sonoma

Champion riders flocked to northern California for the event.

PETA Becomes Hermès Shareholder

PETA has bought a single share in Hermès, in order to gain access to shareholder meetings to protest against…

Hermès Responds to Jane Birkin Appeal

The company said it "respects and shares" her emotions regarding the slaughter of crocodiles on a Texas farm.

Jane Birkin Asks Hermès to Change Signature Bag Name

The muse behind the iconic sac seeks to distance herself from the crocodile model.

Hermès Goes Bigger in Boston

The store remains in the same location—320 Boylston St.—but is now two stories and 8,700 square feet, more…

Hermes Fakes Valued at $3.23M Seized by Customs and Border Protection

The counterfeit Hermes belts are part of a wave of fakes that have become increasingly successful at…

Chinese Tourists Still Driving Global Luxury

From Hermès to Swiss watches, spending by Chinese tourists continues to boom.

Hermès Sales Rise 9.7% in Q2

The French luxury goods firm warned the weak euro would dent its operating profit in the first half.