A little history about the Noe bag: In 1932, Gaston-Louis Vuitton (grand-son to founder Louis) created the Noé at the entreaty of a local champagne producer. Its original function: to transport bottles of champagne. The Noé resembles a bucket and was made to carry five champagne bottles, four bottles in each corner and one bottle nestled bottom-side-up in the centre. The drawstring encircling the top would cinch the bottles tight to prevent them from clinking together.
This is LV’s first bucket-bag. Now, almost a century later, this bag has become incredibly popular again. The bag is available in 3 sizes, petit, medium and grande, but if you are looking to carry 5 champagne bottles in it make sure you get the biggest 😉.
The name of this backpack comes from beautiful park in paris. And beautiful it is! This scenic park was the inspiration for this backpack. The backpack comes in small,medium and large, and looks stylish in every size. Whether you use it for school, travels, or a day at the park, you will look amazing doing it.
Oh Monceau. Sometimes referred to as the cheap version of the Pochette Matis. Although this may be true, the statement definitely does not honour the bag. If
anything, the Monceau is the inspiration for the modern Pochette Matis. They vary a bit in size as the Monceau is a tad bigger, and much more sturdy. It comes in different models, such as black epi leather, but the prettiest one is still the Monogram.
If you still have not decided which bag you will be rocking this season, make sure you drop by one of our stores and let us help you find the perfect match!
Love, Team Etoile