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Hermès offers different customization services such as simple marking of your initials on leather goods, the customized production of an existing bag or a custom creation. To find out more, please contact our in-store sales consultants.
Some of our items in precious materials (crocodile, alligator, lizard, etc.) cannot leave their country of purchase without a CITES certificate (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). Upon request, the certificate will be provided by your Hermès store and may require a few weeks to be established. The CITES certificate is valid for a limited period. You may need to renew your request with your local authorities if you wish to travel once again with your item. We invite you to check with local authorities whether any exceptions may apply.
The vast majority of Hermès products are manufactured at our production sites in France. Our bags, luggage and small leather goods are produced by our artisans at approximately 12 French leather goods manufacturing facilities. All of our silk items (notably, ties and scarves) are woven and printed at our factories in the region of Lyon, the birthplace of silk. Hermès also makes use of specific expertise, such as watchmaking from Switzerland, cashmere from Mongolia, lacquer from Vietnam and wool from Scotland.
When it comes to sustainable development, Hermès’ mission is to strengthen our corporate project around the authenticity of each product and the application of our house’s ethics to all aspects of our business. By authenticity, we especially mean respecting natural raw materials and developing artisanal skills, essentially in France. Formalized in a charter, our corporate ethics enhance Hermès’ relationships with its staff, suppliers, customers and shareholders. Hermès is an attentive, concerned and committed company which conducts its business in a way that respects its ecological, social, economic and cultural environment. Our engagements and initiatives are detailed in our annual report, available at the following address: finance.hermes.com
The Hermès Group is very active in the fight against counterfeiting. A team of legal experts is responsible for protecting the Group's creations and defending them against any violations. This team carries out many actions, which include both preventative measures (training and lobbying) and coercive measures (administrative, civil and criminal proceedings). These actions are implemented worldwide with special attention given to the Internet, which currently represents the primary vehicle for the sale of counterfeit products. You can help us in this fight by bringing any questionable websites to our attention ("Contact us" section).
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