Louis Vuitton started as a luggage company before selling their now famous and well-known handbags like the Speedy and Neverfull. They began with trunks, which became very popular when majority of people would travel by train in the 1800’s in France. The trunks were for travel in the 1800s and 1900s. More affluent people would usually travel with those trunks as their luggage. The trunks would fit a lot of clothes and it would be like a mini closet to bring while traveling. Now, some LV trunks would be sold on eBay from ranging $2,300 to almost $18,000.
As of now in 2016, Louis Vuitton has expanded their collection with luggage over the past years. There offer rolling suitcases, duffel bags, toiletry bags, dog carriers, canvas suitcases, garment bags, and even golf bags. Two of their more famous and popular luggage pieces are the Keepall and Pégase. The Keepall is a duffel bag that has two options, the Bandouiere (it has the strap to put over someone’s shoulder) and the regular one that does not have the strap. The bag comes in a couple types of materials like the canvas. Some of the colors are monogram canvas, Damier Ebene canvas, and Damier Azur canvas.
The Pégase comes in one size, which is the 55. It comes in the canvas, Epi leather and other materials. The canvas options are monogram, Damier Ebene, and Damier Graphite. They looked beautiful based on their images from the Louis Vuitton website.
Another piece from LV, is really not a piece of luggage, but more as an accessory is the cosmetic pouch. The Damier Ebene one is really nice with the gorgeous bright red interior. It brings beautiful contrast to the item. It has a regular size and the GM size, which is larger. Another pouch item is the toiletry pouch. It has 3 sizes, 15, 19, and 26. They are in a rectangular shape and have a structured look to them, rather than the Keepall.