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– Natural cowhide leather trimmings
– Golden color metallic pieces
– Snap hook closure
– 1 interior zipped pocket
– D-ring to hang keys and pouches
-Size: 42×33×15cm




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-Monogram coated canvas/cowhide leather exterior

-Cowhide leather trim

-Microfiber lining

-Shiny Golden colored metallic pieces

-Zip closure

-Leather puller



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-Microfiber lining
-Silver colored metallic pieces
-Calfskin trim
-Silver colored metallic pieces
-Padlock shaped closure
-Toron retractable top handle
-Inside zipped pocket
-Inside flat pocket
-Removable leather strap

12 Underrated Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Bags Worth Another Look

Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas is one of the most iconic things in all of accessories, right along with Chanel‘s chain straps or the Hermès Birkin’s belted closure. It’s become that way for a handful of reasons that aren’t hard to figure out: it’s distinctive but neutral, and the material itself is well nigh indestructible with normal use. It also helps that it’s the default material for some of handbag history’s most famous bags, from the Speedy to the Neverfull. What often doesn’t get enough credit, though, are the other versatile ways in which the brand uses its most famous resource.

Vuitton’s Monogram never entirely dipped out of popular favor, of course, but recently, fashion tastemakers have embraced it in a way they haven’t since the mid-2000s. Yesterday, I spotted a photo of former Paris Vogue editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld out and about in NYC with some LV monogram, and you really don’t get more proof than that of a look’s resurgence. Odds are, though, you’re already familiar with the most popular ways to incorporate LV monogram into your bag wardrobe, but you might not have seen some of the newer or more fashion-forward ways the brand is using its print under designer Nicolas Ghesquiere. A lot of them are great, though, and they totally deserve some love!

We picked out 12 beyond-the-basics monogram bags we really like, and you can check them all out below.

The Super Popular Louis Vuitton Pochette Métis Now Comes in Leather

It’s always nice to start the morning with good news, so we’re here to provide some. A lot of you are already fans of the Louis Vuitton Pochette Métis, which is a relatively new offering from LV that was at first available only in traditional monogram canvas. In fact, just a couple months ago, we listed it was one of the most important bags for Vuitton newcomers to familiarize themselves with.

The monogram Pochette Métis has become so sought-after that it can be at times difficult to track one down for purchase in an LV boutique, but now shoppers have a handful of additional options with the Spring 2017 debut of the bag in monogram empreinte, which is a soft, textured leather embossed with the brand’s signature monogram. Because there’s no color contrast in monogram empreinte, it’s a more subtle logo than LV’s printed canvases.

Other than material, the bag is basically the same, and the full leather version will only set you back a couple hundred extra bucks: the four available monogram empreinte colors are all $2,140, while canvas versions range from $1,780 to $1,830. For a big materials upgrade, that’s a relatively reasonable price increase, percentage-wise. Check out the available leather bags below.


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– Adjustable chain
– Embossed calf leather
– Smooth calf leather trim
– Microfiber lining
– Golden color metallic pieces
– Inside compartment
– Front pocket
– Secure S Lock closing system
– Wide capacity and opening
– Zipped inside pocket inside
-Size: 28×19×7cm


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-Size: 28×19×11cm



– Epi grained cowhide leather
– Smooth cowhide leather trim
– Textile lining
– Silver-color metal hardware
– Long adjustable, removable leather strap
– Smooth leather top handle
– LV Cluny Signature
– Flat outside backpocket
– Inside zipped pocket
– Inside flat pocket
-Size: 23×17×5cm



– Epi grained cowhide leather and Cuir Ecume grained cowhide leather
– Cuir Ecume cowhide leather trim
– Textile lining
– Silver- or gold-tone metallic pieces
– 2 Toron handles
– Removable shoulder strap
– Outside flat pocket
– Double smartphone pocket
– Inside zipped pocket
– Snap hook and keybell
– Contrasted edge dyeings on some versions






Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2017 Bags Fall Exactly in Line with the Precent the Brand Has Set Recently

If you’ve been paying any attention at all to the evolution of Louis Vuitton under the creative direction of Nicolas Ghesquiere, then none of the new bags on the brand’s Fall 2017 runway in Paris should have come as any surprise to you. This was a collection that built out variations of the Vuitton’s existing, successful bag ideas instead of establishing any new themes or dropping any new blockbusters.

The collection did include one all-new bag, which was a sharp-cornered day satchel with double top handles and a front lock. It was my least favorite part of the new collection–something about the trim and proportions made it feel vaguely like something you buy from a cart at the mall. The new top handle version of the City Steamer made up for it, though, as did all the glittery little Petite Malle clutches. Check out all the bags from the show below.

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Introducing the Louis Vuitton Chain It Bag

During every round of shows, I create a mental list of the bags and accessories I’m most excited to see make their debuts in stores. Last September, during the Spring 2017 shows in Paris, the Louis Vuitton Chain It Bag shot to the top of my list. Back then, I didn’t know its name or have any info about it beyond my immediate excitement, but now that the bag has made its debut for shoppers, there’s much more to report.

So far, the Chain It Bag is only available in one size, PM. As with most of Vuitton’s PM bags, that means it’s petite but far from tiny–at a little over nine inches wide and seven inches high, it’ll hold your phone, wallet and sunglasses without a problem, which makes it a perfect weekend bag. The PM currently comes in three materials, with slight price variances for each: calfskin, Epi leather and monogram canvas, although the canvas version has significant leather components.

The bag is my favorite marquee piece debuted by creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere during his tenure at Louis Vuitton so far. It doesn’t try to reimagine Vuitton’s initials or simply fill a necessary spot in the brand’s leather lineup; instead, the Chain It is just a beautiful, unique bag that feels quintessentially Louis Vuitton in a way that’s both subtle and beautiful. Check out the current prices and availability below.

The Much-Anticipated Louis Vuitton Eye-Trunk iPhone Case is Now Available

It’s been a long wait since Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2017 runway show in October when the Louis Vuitton Eye-Trunk iPhone Case was the most talked-about piece on the brand’s runway, but now, after a bout of rumor aggregation and several months of not-so-patient waiting, the first few versions of the actual cases have arrived. Naturally, we’ve put together all the available photos and pricing information for the cases so far into one easy guide for potential shoppers (or, you know, committed browsers).

As we originally reported, the Eye-Trunk (I’m assuming Vuitton went with that because Apple has legal protections over names that begin with the lowercase i, like iTrunk) comes in sizes for both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. All three currently available monogram versions (traditional Monogram, Monogram Reverse and Monogram Eclipse) are $1,180 for the iPhone 7 and $1,250 for the 7 Plus. At the moment, the only other material available is gold crocodile, which rings up at $5,050 for the 7 and $5,500 for the 7 Plus.

Based on Louis Vuitton’s website, it seems like more versions are forthcoming soon–the crocodile 7 Plus thumbnail doesn’t lead to an actual product page yet, and listed color and material options on several of the cases lead to default pages with no additional info. We’ll keep you updated as more pricing and availability details become available, but until then, here are photos and prices for all the current options.