How the Hermes Kelly Handbag is Prepared and Completed

Kelly Hermes Bag is named after the actress/princess Kelly Grace. It was made by an individual craftsman for approximately 18 hours of hard work. The skin gets into the factory that is previously laid out to a perfect symmetry and ready for the magic touches of an expert for the completion of the handbag. The material used for the lining is the goat skin and it is the initial part that needs to be sewn.

After the lining is through, the handbag’s base is hand sewn from the front up to the back using the wax linen threads. Every push of a needle is cautiously done in double saddled stitches. The mini holes are completed by the bradawls prior to the stitches and the stitches size dictates for the sizes of the holes.

Following the base, the handle follows in the cautious creation of the Hermes Kelly handbags. The shaping was carefully by the hand by painstaking attentions to every detail. Layers from the stitched leathers are smooth with sandpapers that were dyed to go with the colors of the handbags. Hot waxes were applied for the protection of handles from moisture.

The unique front flaps were then added on the bags body followed by the distinctive hardware at 4 feet from the bottom. Every metal part was complete by hand rivets.

The handbags will then be ironed to smooth gently the wrinkles of the calfskins. And the final touches will be the placing of the gold stamp that shows the Hermes Paris.