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Behold the New Hermès Line of Upcycled Furnishings

Can't afford a Birkin? Perhaps Birkin scraps are more in your price range. French luxury-goods firm Hermès is now spinning discarded and defective leftovers found on the sewing room floor into furnishings and home/personal accessories—or the much cooler-sounding "unidentified poetic objects." "Petit h," as the collection is called—no room for pronunciation error the second time around!—was unveiled in Paris late last year; it's coming to NYC and Beverly Hills in October after stopping in Japan in May.

· Hermès Debuts “Petit h,” a Line of Accessories Made From Upcycled Scraps [ecouterre]