The Louis Vuitton Trocadéro, one of our bestselling crossbody bags, owes its name to La Place du Trocadéro in Paris, possibly the square with the best view on the famous Eiffel tower. It's a sleek and sporty looking crossbody bag, perfect for everyday use. We believe the Trocadéro was first designed around the 1980’s, so it has been around for a while.
The Louis Vuitton Alma is a true iconic bag, and its elegant curved and structured shape embodies classic city style. It was created in 1934 by Gaston-Louis Vuitton. The Alma was the second handbag by Louis Vuitton, after the Speedy. Rumor goes that the Alma was originally made for another very famous designer back in the days. Curious? Keep on reading!
The Keepall is the spirit of modern travel: light, flexible and always ready for a immediate departure. Being the unisex bag that's great as a carry-on for every trip, it got iconic straight away. Ready to buckle up and get to know more about the history of the Louis Vuitton Keepall? Keep on reading!
Did you know Louis Vuitton often named their bags and items after places or people? The Louis Vuitton Danube is no exception. The bag is named after the second longest river in Europe. Want to know more about the Danube? Keep on reading!
This insanely popular Hermès bag is on many wish lists all over the world. It all started in 1981, when English actress Jane Birkin and Jean-Louis Dumas, the then chief executive at Hermès, met on a flight from Paris to London. How did this meeting lead to the first ever Birkin bag? Keep on reading!
The Classic City bag was introduced as the "Motorcycle City bag". Nicholas Ghesquière created a few prototypes of the Classic City bag. However, the company management didn't want to produce this one, Nicholas convinced them to make 25 prototypes to use on the runway as an extra, and hand-out for free to celebrities and it-girls. Safe to say, the rest is history.
Gucci is well known for creating the most covetable it-bags every season. But Gucci’s Bamboo collection is one of the most successful experiments. Curious why Gucci introduced the bamboo and how its collection expanded and was redesigned up until today? Keep on reading!
The Cartouchière is a stunning timeless crossbody bag designed by Louis Vuitton around 1980. Real vintage lovers can eat their hearts out, because this bag is a true vintage piece. The... Read More
Released more than 15 years ago, the Chanel Cambon Ligne is a true vintage. Nowadays mostly discontinued, but in our opinion ready to revive in its popularity sooner than later, we would like to highlight some of the features of this particular style.
Originating somewhere around the 1980’s, the Saumur is named after the village Saumur in the Loire Valley in the North of France. In this village, one of the biggest designers ever was born. The Saumur comes in 3 sizes, was discontinued but then reintroduced around 2017. We love the versatility of this bag, how about you? Let's dive into the history of this perfect everyday bag!