The famous French high fashion, luxury goods house Hermès, founded in 1837, began as a bridle and harness company for horses before branching out into luxury handbags, clothing, perfume and other accessories
Today, Hermès is one of the oldest and most respected fashion houses in the world. Amongst some of its most covetable items are its fabulous textiles
The Plumes de Brazil Hermès blanket is of the finest cashmere adorned with sumptuous silk threads and crystal beads. The blanket has been hand embroidered and hand-stitched — taking literally hundreds of hours to create. A true and unique labour of love by all concerned.
This item is something to be desired, enjoyed and cherished for many many years to come — particularly as most Hermès blankets simply continue to increase in value.
Don’t miss this opportunity to own a piece of Hermes history.
Entrants compete to donate the most during the ElbiDrop.
The person who makes the highest donation secures the prize.
100% of donations go to the NSPCC, minus any payment processing fees.
This item is protected by a donation reserve.
If donation reserve is met, all donations are final and non-refundable.
If the donation reserve is not met - there is an option to opt out and receive a full refund minus payment processing charges.
Campaign starts on June 13 12:00 GMT and closes on June 20 12:00 GMT.
Following last year's success raising over £110,000, Fashion Re-Told® with help of Harrods and Elbi are raising important funds for the NSPCC's work in the capital, helping to fund Childline, Speak out Stay safe school sessions and NSPCC service centres.