In this day and age, small bags are all the rage. The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) launch was attended by Radhika Merchant wearing a stunning piece worth two crores.
There’s a silver-hued mini bag for $2,000 available with chains, straps, and a couchette!
The micro bag that she sported while posing with her to-be husband, Anant Ambani, caught everyone’s attention at the event, despite her gorgeous black saree.
Kellymorphose is Hermès’ take on miniature bags that took the concept to new heights. By deconstructing these bags, you can turn them into neck, wrist, and finger accessories.
The Kellymorphose line from Hermès is an exemplary example of the brand’s innovative approach to miniature bags. A neck, wrist, and finger accessory can be made from these bags after they have been deconstructed and reconstructed.
Kellymorphose by Hermès
This bag stands alone as a piece of jewelry, forget leather bags and shiny hardware. A deconstructed and transformed version of the iconic Kellymorphose bag is available. Kelly’s are now worn on wrists, fingers and necks rather than carried around or slung across the body.
Kelly’s signature trapezoidal design is given a new twist by Pierre Hardy, Creative Director of Hermès jewelry, who recreates beloved elements in precious materials. In tribute to the Maison’s iconic bag, it’s subtly beautiful yet a statement piece.
An elemental clasp combining a turn lock, a plate and four studs elevates the functional components of the Kelly bag. Similarly, I reinterpret and disrupt Kelly jewelry’s original lines.