A brand like Louis Vuitton has an expansive offering when it comes to its bags, from the classics that we all know to seasonal renditions and new releases ( like the Coussin which was just introduced). One bag that is a cornerstone staple for the brand is the Twist, a bag that fuses Louis Vuitton’s brand heritage with modern day appeal. In fact, you may think this bag has been around longer than
Louis Vuitton released its Summer Capsule Collection, aptly named By the Pool, at the ideal time. Not only were spring and summer feeling within reach, but the happiness inducing color palette brings a cheerful feeling that we all not only crave but need. Let’s face it, the past year has been dark in many ways and while I will always be a fan of classic black bags, when you are a collector
The controversial Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2021 Airplane Bag by Virgil Abloh was shared on Twitter by Saint and comes emblazoned with the LV logo - and a hefty £28,000 price tag.
TikTok users are as crafty as they get, and the latest DIY trend taking over the social media app is creating your own Louis Vuitton bag. (Yes, you read that right!) The new trend shows users taking their LV shopping bags and turning them into full-fledged handbags with a little help from a kit. Designer Kellie Ford was one of the first to try the project, and so far, her TikTok tutorial has garnered almost 10 million views on Twitter!
A popular TikTok trend has people making tote bags out of old Louis Vuitton shopping bags. A $45 kit from Totery comes with all the necessary pieces, including a PVC covering and faux-leather handles.
In case you missed it, squishy pouch bags are back, and all our favorite celebrities can't stop wearing them. Louis Vuitton released its Coussin bag during its spring/summer 2021 collection with models carrying different sizes while walking down the runway. Louis Vuitton's Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière is the visionary behind the covetable bag, and we're officially dubbing it the It bag of the season.
Pip Edwards has treated herself to something sweet for Easter, and it's not chocolate.
The fashion industry and its trends are always changing, and right now with everything going on in the world, the industry is moving towards bright, vibrant styles that spark joy and a happiness within. First, there were tie-dye pieces galore and now it’s all about beautiful, colorful hues, and though I never dreamed that I would be terribly interested in this type of aesthetic on a personal level
It’s official, having been on the market for nearly 14 years, the Louis Vuitton Neverfull is here to stay. One of the house’s best-selling bags along with the Speedy and the Alma, which were introduced in 1930 and 1934 respectively, the Neverfull is arguably not a handbag veteran yet, but it is undeniably a wardrobe staple. Besides the fact that it’s nearly bottomless, reversible, and can hold up
If you were a child of the late ’80s or ’90s, then growing up you likely remember the ultra-stylish and incredibly sleek shoulder bags that were at the forefront of fashion in the late ’90s and early 2000s. Burrowed beneath the armpits of It-girls like Carrie Bradshaw aka Sarah Jessica Parker, Paris Hilton, the Olsen Twins and more, the minimalist silhouette was beloved by so many.
Jonathan Anderson was appointed Creative Director of Loewe back in 2014 and immediately the young designer struck a chord with the industry’s most fashionable editors and street style stars alike. The designer’s first handbag for Loewe was equal parts innovative, unique and stylish. The cube-like shape became a hit almost instantaneously, and has remained a cult-favorite ever since.
Under-eye bags can hit you at any time for any reason. Sometimes it’s allergies, or you’ve had a rough few emotional days or some sleepless nights. No matter what you’re going through, there’s a solution to those sad spots under your beautiful eyes.