Local fashionistas celebrate Hermes opening

To celebrate its new location at Fashion Valley, Hermes hosted an opening party at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego La Jolla earlier this month. Guests marveled at the French luxury fashion house’s theme of the year – India – while sipping cocktails and mingling among San Diego’s fashion-forward.

Hermes offers leather goods, silk scarves and ties, perfumes, men’s and women’s ready-to-wear collections, watches, fine jewelry, shoes and more. On Dec. 5, a percentage of proceeds from all purchases at the Hermes boutique at Fashion Valley benefited MCASD.

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