They have launched a limited-edition line of saris; the 27 designs, which will sell for between $6,100 to $8,200 and will be based on the luxury label's famed scarves.
The garments would be sold with a metre of extra twill silk so that, in accordance with tradition, a top can be tailored in the same fabric.
Apparently is is the first time printing has been done over fabric measuring 5.5 metres (18 feet) long by Hermés ateliers.
Hermés is taking the Indian market very seriously, having recently opened their flagship store in Mumbai.Here are some of our pieces that I think would look great with Eastern-inspired dress.
and black tourmalated quartz. 5cm wide.
Waterfall of Silver finished with a gorgeous garnet stone
What do you think about Hermés opening in India.
*Have they got it right to target this emerging market?
* Would you spend $6k-8k for a garment from Hermés?
*Can any garment warrant that price tag?
*Should they be opening in a country that still has such extreme poverty, or are the two not connected?
Burberry has not done so well in India, so I am not totally convinced, but would love to hear your views.
(All jewellery from our boutique).