Since it first made its debut in 2007, the Hermes Lindy has become a modern style staple, a more casual and young side of the iconic French fashion house.
The Lindy features a cube-like shape that transforms depending on how full the bag is. If it’s relatively empty, say if you’re only carrying your daily essentials, it folds in on itself in the middle for a slouchy profile. If it has more stuff in it, the bag fills out more and takes on a more geometric shape.
The bag features two tubular top handles and a shoulder strap attached to the handles.
The large roomy interior has two pockets and one main compartment that zips up along the sides with two separate pulls and closes at the front with a classic Hermes twisting lock. There are also two exterior pockets and base metal studs that help protect your handbag.
The Hermes Lindy is available in three sizes, 26, 30 and 34, and all three come in an assortment of colors. Depending on the style, the bag is crafted in either Swift and Epsom calfskin or Taurillon Clemence leather with palladium or gold plated hardware.
Below we have compiled a reference guide for your viewing pleasure in our Everything You Need to Know Guide for the Hermes Lindy bag.
Hermes Lindy Bag
Where to Purchase
You can purchase the Lindy at Hermes boutiques or directly through the brand’s website.
Lindy 26 Bag
Lindy 30 Bag
$8,200 (USD) and up
Lindy 34 Bag
$8,700 (USD) and up
Style + Price + Size
|Hermes Lindy 26 Bag||$7,550 (USD) and up||10.2″ L x 7.1″ H x 5.5″ D|
|Hermes Lindy 30 Bag||$8,200 (USD) and up||11.8″ L x 7.5″ H x 6.3″ D|
|Hermes Lindy 34 Bag||$8,700 (USD) and up||13.5″ L x 8″ H x 7″ D|