The history of Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton is known to be one of the most luxurious brands in the world. It’s known for the bags such as the Speedy, Alma, Neverfull, and many more. These bags are timeless and will always be in style. Before it became such a beloved brand, the actual Louis Vuitton was hired as a personal packer and box-maker for Napoleon’s wife. He opened his first store in 1854.

When Louis Vuitton was 16, he started his career as a trunk maker. His brand’s monogram canvas debuted in 1896 as way to fight the counterfeits. The world’s largest luggage was opened by LV on Champs-Élysées in Paris. It opened in 1914. People started to develop a craze for the designer after it was featured on Sex and the City and its knockoffs.

Interestingly, all of the handbags from LV are handmade. It takes 1 week to make 1 bag. Their bags are very durable and can last for a lifetime. The material of the bags are fireproof and waterproof. Canvas is used for waterproof and PVC is for fireproof. Therefore, the bags will never be damaged.

Not only is he known for his bags, LV has wallets, luggage, scarves, and accessories. Some of his popular items are the Keepall, Key Pouch, and the Monogram shawl. People can wear Louis Vuitton from head to toe. Recently, actress Alicia Vikander wore a bright yellow gown from LV to the Oscars. She won the Best Supporting Actress Award in The Danish Girl while wearing that gown.

Finally, Louis Vuitton is a fashion empire. It is known for their pieces and the warranty of them. It is loved by so many people around the world. Anyone who is into fashion has some sort of a Louis item in their collection or wardrobe. Louis Vuitton is a classic designer and will live on for more generations to come.

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