Two New Handbags From Louis Vuitton
Two of Louis Vuitton’s heritage handbag styles are infused with fresh colours and shapes for a new generation
Since producing its first trunk in 1858, Louis Vuitton has never wavered from its commitment to quality. To this day, each of its iconic luggage and leather goods is made by hand with the same distinguishing detail and signature hardware that have set the brand apart for over a century.
In the spirit of continuing innovation, the house constantly evolves its heritage designs for a changing world, and two of the latest Louis Vuitton handbags are no exception.
In a spin on the popular 1998 design, the newest version of the structured LV Bleecker Box keeps its trademark S-lock and versatile top-handle style in a bold colour-blocked version.
Meanwhile, the ladylike Rose des Vents handbag gets dainty with a petite mini version, with a nod to Vuitton’s classic padlock and keybell details.
Both bags are crafted from exotic crocodilian leather in vibrant hues and come with a removable strap for flexible hand or cross-body wear.