Khoshbin placed the order for his Pagani in early 2015 and then reached out to Hermes to begin discussing a collaboration between the two. Hermes told him that they’d never done work of “this caliber,” but they have previously worked with Bugatti. Nonetheless, the French seemed open to the possibility and told Khosbin that he would need to pay for their travel time to the factory in Italy. Khoshbin, not one to ever stumble at a few extra dollar signs, believes doing so was “the best money [he] spent” because Hermes called him the next day and told him that the project was ready to go.
Along with the custom Hermes interior came a variety of pieces of Hermes luggage. The bags, from the stitching to the type of leather, perfectly match the interior details of the car. In total, the collaboration process took about eight months, while the entire journey, from start to car reception, was around 18 months.