Louis Vuitton was founded in Paris in 1854. The label’s namesake figured out how to make trunks that were stackable, airtight, lightweight, and elegant. It was out of necessity that Vuitton added a logo to the trunks’ canvas, as other designers immediately began copying his look.
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When it comes to designer handbags, we all have our favorites. Whether you are a committed Louis Vuitton buff or a devoted Chanel disciple, there is no questioning the stunning designer investments sitting in our wardrobes.
Nubuck isn’t for everyone. But some people really like it. Some love the raw-velvety look and there are others who just love the texture. Perhaps it’s similar to the love one has for a wedding dress; the harder it is to maintain, the more exclusivity it has.
Utilized by men and women alike, bags and purses were practical everyday items which essentially made life easier. At the most basic level, a bag carries important personal effects that need to be mobile.
Since the nineties, the elusive arm candy has been the “Holy Grail” of the fashion and luxury industry. The iconic classic handbag is the totemic accessory that announces you are the owner of all that is desirable in the world.
Do you want to know when that Louis Vuitton Speedy you always wanted is selling for $100? Most likely not a new one, but a near-perfect second hand one?
Meet Helen Barr There’s nothing more inspiring than meeting a self-made entrepreneur, who’s built a brand from scratch.
When life gets hectic, you can measure stress pound for pound by the weight of your handbag. Women multi-tasking their way through extremely busy lives can accumulate a shocking amount of daily debris in their handbags.
When the backpack started resurfacing a couple of years ago, the trend was still up for debate. It wasn’t really a fresh sight to see a modern undertaking of past trends – in this case, the IT bag of the 90s, but there was something special about this one that enabled it to quickly gain a cult following.