And yes, it was attached to its owner. First off, the bag is HUGE--he's very tall, looked to be at least 6'4", and it even looked like a big bag on him. It's in deepest indigo, nearly black under the lights at the store, but sooo rich and gorgeous. The bag had to be at least 50cm tall when its handles are standing up--I am not kidding, it's really big. You could see a slight touch of the orange lining on the outer pocket, as well, which really added some great punch to the overall look. I liked the photos of this bag when I first saw them, but I *really* liked it in person. If they made this bag in two or three sizes, I honestly think it could become a best-seller. It was just incredibly practical yet so definitely and obviously Hermes. It could easily function as a laptop bag, a "man bag" obviously, or a combination ladies' tote/shoulder bag--even a diaper bag since there are two outside pockets on the gussets. I hadn't realized before I saw it that it was a sellier design vs. retourne; I found that interesting. Last point: it looked like Evergrain to me, from where I was standing (I didn't approach him, I just stared from a polite enough distance, LOL, but I recognize evergrain most of the time since I lurve it). Also, he was wearing what I am pretty sure was a Persian lamb coat in pearl grey somehow made THAT look masculine. Have to hand it to him, the man has style.