now who wanted a hermes fannypack?

  1. :s I'm not sure if I like it...
  2. I guess "fannying" around is ok when you 're golfing, but there's no excuse for being caught with it anywhere else. Yck!
  3. Sorry - Just cos it's got Hermes written on it doesn't make if ok to wear a bum bag!
  4. I like it for golf...would love to have Hermes golf tees. Cute!:smile:
  5. ^^^That's called the Trim Amigo. I've tried it on and it doesn't really work too well as a fanny pack, better as a sling. It may work as a fanny pack if you've got a 40 inch waist, I really had to fight to keep that thing from hitting the floor.
  6. Not a fan of fanny packs, no matter who makes them. I can see how they would be useful in a specific setting, such as golf, but not as a regular addition to my wardrobe.
  7. I've got kind of a safari style one that Prada made last year, but I think if H made one (a serious one) it would be kind of weird. Not their vibe, really, in my opinion.
  8. Hermes did make a true fanny pack in the late 80's, early 90's. It had 3 square compartments, almost like something a photographer would carry.
  9. Wow!
  10. I do find fanny packs quite useful when travelling, especially to certian regions of the world where purse snatching is a constant worry.
  11. Don't show it to my mum!!! She loves fannypacking stuff around when going to the casinos. EW hehee
  12. about 9 or 10 years ago, i bought one that was like an envelope,
    with a snap in the front, @ hermes in st. barths, in a gorgeous blue.
    the leather strings tied in the back.
    i wore it in the city, under a jacket,
    and mystery of mysteries,
    i got off the bus, went home, took off my jacket,
    and realized that it was gone!
    i think the leather strings just untied and it fell off.
    needless to say, i called the mta a few times to see
    if it had been found, to no avail.
    it was gorgeous and light weight and not common.
    in retrospect, the ties were very impractical.

    hg, do you remember the piece, and if so, do you know what it was called?