The French fashion house is turning their leftover leather and fabric pieces into unique gifts for the holiday season
This festive season, Hermès is creating something a little special for their customers. The luxury label is utilizing their leftover materials and transforming them into unique pieces as part of the Petit h Holiday Factory - a series of pop-up stores and craft workshops opening up around NYC (sorry Aussies).
The Petit h initiative was created in 2010 by Pascale Mussard, a 6th generation member of the Hermès family. According to Luxury Daily, Petit h uses discarded leather scraps and fabric pieces with slight imperfections and turns them into one-of-a-kind pieces like a leather advent calendar, a boat made out of their coveted scarf material, and a shy $133, 800 pony sculpture created out of calfskin.
Click through the gallery to see some of the incredible Hermès creations: