Thanks to its streamlined aesthetic and a simple buckle that unobtrusively forms the ‘H’ logo, the Behapi bracelet is as subtle as it gets compared to its flashier counterparts at the French luxury house. Adjustable to 3 different lengths, it is now something that the men can consider as well, with sizes going all the way up to T5 and T6 (women usually fit sizes T1 to T3 with no problem) to accommodate wrist sizes of up to 20 cm.
Aside from the larger-than-average size, the ‘be’ in Behapi also means that the leather strap features two different colours on either side, and you will be pleased to know that you can flip it around as you please, giving you two different ‘looks’ with just one bracelet. As for ‘hapi’, that’s a play on the initials of designer Pierre Hardy, the original creator of the bracelet back in the early 2000s.
Priced at SGD500 each, the Behapi bracelet is available in colours like Noir/Fauve and Orange/Noir for the single-tour versions. Leather materials typically come in Swift/Epsom and Chamonix/Tadelakt leathers, all of which will sit beautifully on your wrist. No prizes for guessing where you can find them, but if you prefer shopping online and waiting for it to delivered right to your doorstep, you can always head here where selected combinations (and sizes) are available for sale right now.
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