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Hermes is a 180-year-old family controlled luxury goods company best known for its Birkin and Kelly bags. Its biggest segments are leather goods and saddlery, accounting for around half of revenue; clothes and accessories (22% of sales); silk and textiles (9%); and other products such as perfumes, watches, jewellery, and home furnishings. Hermes has a record of smooth sales growth, with no sales decline over the past 10 years. It has around 300 stores globally, of which it owns and operates 219.
Paris, 75008, France