Hermes Purple colors
28 Nov

Meaning of The Color Purple

Hermes has not developped the purple color as it did for red or pink however it remains one of the most beautiful.

Color has a huge impact on our emotions, our perceptions, and our spiritual and physical well being. […]
Purple combines the calm stability of blue and the fierce energy of red. The color purple is often associated with royalty, nobility, luxury, power, and ambition. Purple also represents meanings of wealth, extravagance, creativity, wisdom, dignity, grandeur, devotion, peace, pride, mystery, independence, and magic.

The color purple is a rare occurring color in nature and as a result is often seen as having sacred meaning. Lavender, orchid, lilac, and violet flowers are considered delicate and precious.

The color purple has a variety of effects on the mind and body, including uplifting spirits, calming the mind and nerves, enhancing the sacred, creating feelings of spirituality, increasing nurturing tendencies and sensitivity, and encouraging imagination and creativity.

Purple is associated spirituality, the sacred, higher self, passion, third eye, fulfillment, and vitality. Purple helps align oneself with the whole of the universe. Different shades, tints, and hues of purple have different meanings. Light purple hues represent feminine energy and delicacy, as well as romantic and nostalgic feelings. Dark purple hues evoke feelings of gloom, sadness, and frustration. Bright purple hues suggest riches and royalty.

Light purple or lavender is a feminine, graceful, elegant color that has long been associated with refined, wealthy women. While the color purple represents royalty, lavender represents beauty and femininity. Lavender is considered to be the “grown-up” pink. Its lighter lavender shades have a sacred place in nature, with lavender, orchid, lilac, and violet flowers considered delicate and precious. The color lavender suggests uniqueness and specialness without the deep mystery of the color purple. […]

Source: Jennifer Bourn – Color Meaning: Meaning of The Color Purple – 05/01/11 –


The name comes from the flower lilas. It’s a pastel purple color.

Hermes Purple color Lilas

Goat leather


Crocus is a genus of flowering plants in the iris family.

Color code: 9W

Hermes Purple color Crocus

Epsom leather


The name comes from the flower violette de Parme. This color is a shade of light purple that can also be called “violette”. It was a very popular color at the end of the 19th century. Parme (Parma) is a city in Italy where they also produce the famous ham.

Color code: 9P

Hermes Purple color Parme

Goat leather


It is named after the flower.

Color code: 5H

Hermes Purple color Cyclamen

Epsom leather


Color code: K5

Hermes Purple color Tosca

Epsom leather


The name comes from the fruit cassis.

Color code: N5

Hermes Purple color Cassis

Crocodile leather

Hermes Purple color Cassis



This color name comes from the flower Anemone Blanda.

Color code: P9

Hermes Purple color Anemone

Togo leather


Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry.

Color code: 9G

Hermes Purple color Amethyste

Crocodile leather


Raisin means grappes in French.

Color code: 59

Hermes Purple color Raisin

Box leather


This color appeared in 2015.

Hermes Purple color Prunoir

Crocodile leather


The color name comes from the plum fruit which is “Prune” in French. It is a  dark and warm purple brown.

Color code: 58

Hermes Purple color Prune

Goat Leather


Iris is an ambiguous color term, usually referring to shades ranging from blue-violet to violet. The name is derived from the iris flower.

Color code: 9K

Hermes Purple color Iris

Clemence leather


Regular purple

Color code: 96

Hermes Purple color Violet

Togo leather


This color name comes from the UV lamp.

Color code: 5L

Hermes Purple color Ultra violet

Crocodile leather


This color name comes from the eggplant which is called aubergine in French.

This color appeared in 2015.

Hermes Purple color Aubergine

Crocodile leather

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