Hermès, which began in 1837 with the establishment of a harness-making workshop in Paris, is an internationally standing brand that remains committed to the ongoing renewal and application of savoir-faire, while pursuing fresh avenues of creativity. Hermès brings together past, present and future in its traditional craftsmanship combined with the finest materials to create innovative products. By drawing on its historical roots and applying the house values to its ongoing innovation, the brand continues its steady growth whilst maintining its exclusivity.
Today, the Hermès name appears across 16 categories: bags and luggage, notebooks and small leather goods, saddles, silk scarves and ties, women’s wear, men’s wear, jewelry, watches, belts, gloves, shoes, hats, lacquerware and personalized jewelry, perfumery, tableware, ornaments and textiles – as well as the recently developed Hermès furniture, upholstery and wallpaper.
Founded: 1837
Founder: Thierry Hermès
Place: Paris, France


The Birkin bag is named after British actress and singer Jane Birkin. During a chance encounter with Jean-Louis Dumas in 1981 on a flight from Paris to London, she complained that her bag was not practical for everyday use and expressed her desire for a perfect bag for a weekend walk. Hermès CEO at the time, Mr. Dumas, was very interested and asked her to describe the exact size and features of her desired bag. Just a few days later, Jane received a satisfied one, and since then, Hermès Birkin has become a powerful icon in the fashion world.


The Kelly bag was first produced in the 1930s when it was known as the Sac à dépêches (improved from a saddle bag). In 1956, a photo of Grace Kelly, who had become the new Princess of Monaco, was pictured carrying this bag to hide her pregnancy. These iconic photographs surfaced in media all over the world and as a result, the bag became known as the ‘Kelly’ and has become a signature Hermès bag.


Since the very first silk square was produced in 1937, Hermès’ 90cm x 90cm carré has gained a great reputation. Each season, more than 10 new designs are transposed onto silk from paper in multiple colors and each print tells a unique story. The different types of the Hermès carré square scarf – 45cm, 70cm and 140cm – have become an essential part of the contemporary women’s wardrobe. Famous for its incomparable softness, the silk from which the Hermès carré is made comes from a Brazilian mill. In Lyon, raw silk is processed, spun and woven until developing the final carré scarf. This Hermès scarf is derived from endless inspiration of image, color, material, size and style.


Hermès Hanoi:
Hotel Sofitel Legend Metropole 15 Ngo Quyen
Opening hours: 9:00 – 20:00
Tel: 0243 936 9205
Email: [email protected]

Hermès Ho Chi Minh:
171 Dong Khoi Street, District 1
Opening hours: 9:00 – 21:30
Tel: 0283 936 9170
Email: [email protected]

Hermès Fragrances & Make-up:

1st floor, B01-02 Lotte Department Store
54 Lieu Giai, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 9:00 – 22:00
Tel: 0243 728 6338
Email: [email protected]

Hermès Parfums:
1st Floor – Gian 113/2, Takashimaya
92-94 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, District 1
Opening hours: 9:00 – 21:30
Tel: 0283 620 0704
Email: [email protected]

Diamond Plaza,
34 Le Duan, Ben Nghe, District 1
Opening hours: 9:00 – 21:00
Tel: 0283 535 6494
Email: [email protected]

1st floor, GF-HA1, Crescent Mall
101 Ton Dat Tien Street, Tan Phu, District 7
Opening hours: 9:00 – 21:00
Tel: +84 28 5414 1490
Email: [email protected]