Hermès Burgundy Yeoh Convertible 32
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Hermès’ Burgundy Yeoh Convertible 32 is a twofer! That’s right, two bags in one—a shoulder bag and a clutch. Unusual and hard to find, the Yeoh bag was created in 2002 by the maison (design house) in collaboration with Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh. The body is in burgundy chèvre Mysore leather with white stitching and the flap closure and flat shoulder strap with a drop of 10.25 inches are in smooth burgundy Chamonix leather. The bonus is the dual-zippered top with a completely detachable zipped-top pouch in burgundy crin du cheval (horsehair weave fabric) trimmed with Chamonix leather. In matching-colored-leather lining, the interior of the main bag has two small slide pockets along one wall and one large slide pocket on the other. The zippers and handle hardware are palladium, it comes with a box and dustbag, and the F stamped in a square means it’s from 2002. There is wear on the inside left flap, on the outside top, a little on the pouch, and it’s perfumey. You don’t need a license to drive this convertible so take it for a spin!
12.5”W x 8.5”H x 4”D