Step into History~

~Hermès boutiques are located worldwide in all the upscale locations. The 24 Rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré location near Palais de l'Elysée in Paris (see my previous blog post) has been there since early 1880 ~such an amazing history! Honestly, I could really-really move in and live in this shop you know... just hook me up with cable TV & I'll be all set!!! To learn more of its fascinating history of the brand, you may click HERE* 


Jude said...

I would happily move in! (The lady handling the scarves looks like someone I know, so it'd feel like I've an in-house friend :))

Jan said...

If only my day (in retail) were as peaceful (and refined) as that!
Thanks LNM.
p.s. What did you buy?
Or is it a secret?

Carol@SofasandSage.com said...

I have just clicked back to you and I am TOTALLY ENCHANTED. So much so, I have to Follow! Thanks for the connection today :)

Mora e Bionda said...

I am ready to pack my luggage too, lol :-D

Haute World said...

Oh, this place is magical. I reviewed it at some point on my blog as well. But if you want something different, I suggest you check out the new Left Bank Hermes, which is stunning in a different way. I did a tour there last week and wouldn't mind living there either!

David Toms said...

Oh yes, I could easily spend a whole day just sitting there taking in the ambiance

Susan said...

Jan, bet you are rushed off your feet at this time of year? Stay calm!

Hope you bought some Hermes thermal underwear to keep your precious parts warm in Paris, Lenore?

Dumbwit Tellher said...

I would die to own one scarf..just one. Hell..just give me the iconic orange box! Very fun video Lenore, thank you.

Sending you much holiday cheer my dear

xx oo

Callie Grayson said...

I would love a hermes scarf in a pretty orange and brown box!!