Hermes colors are iconic.
If you’ve been keeping up with our shopping guides, you know that Hermes’ extensive range of colors for their bags is anything but ordinary. Hermes pinks, beiges, blues you name it. But they’re not as readily available like other colors such as blacks and browns, for instance; think Noir, Gold, or Etoupe. Despite all the colors Hermes offers, it’s not easy to find any one particular shade. The reason being, every season is different depending on what is ordered and what is being produced at the time.
This post dives into the full blue spectrum of Hermes. Everything from the darkest midnight blue to the palest sky gray. Hermes colors may be hard to track down if you have your eye on a particular shade. But with our ever-evolving selection of pre-loved Hermes, FASHIONPHILE is the perfect destination for uncovering exactly what you’re looking for …. without the wait.
Bleu Nuit – this blue launched for Fall Winter 2016. The word “nuit” translates to “night” in French.
Bleu Roi – This blue is one of those great examples that show how a shade can vary depending on the textile it is on.
Bleu Brighton – This darker blue is a little brighter/ lighter compared to Bleu Nuit and Bleu Encre.
Bleu Encre – This is a very dark navy blue.
Bleu Electrique – This blue is electrifying! It’s a little splash of paradise.
Bleu France – This shade of blue is dedicated to Hermes’ roots, matching the blue on the French flag.
Mykonos – This blue is a noticeably vivid blue and is like a vacation in a bag! It came out for Spring Summer 2011. Bonus: There’s a not so distant cousin, Celeste Mykonos, often used for Candy Birkin and Kelly bags!
Bleu Hydra – Released in 2012, this bright blue is a vivid cerulean and often has a slightly lighter stitch.
Bleu Frida – This is a bright blue from Fall Winter 2020. The name references the famed Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
Bleu Paradis – This blue was released in 2014, this blue screams paradise.
Blue Jean – This is your classic denim blue that varies depending on the textile and has contrast stitching.
Bleu Atoll – This blue launched for Spring Summer 2015, and is close to a turquoise with a touch of green.
Bleu Du Nord – This blue is close to a baby blue or sky blue.
Bleu Brume – An icy blue and makes for a great and unexpected neutral.
Bleu Pale – This blue launched for Spring Summer 2015, and is closer to a gray. It’s available mostly in TC.
Bleu Royal – We love Bleu Royal! Hermes brought it back this year for SS22!