In August Louis Vuitton launched a new bag called Pallas. This versatile everyday bag is inspired by Greek mythologo, more specifically the Goddess of wisdom, arts and craft: Pallas Athena.
Noé is the second oldest Louis Vuitton iconic daily bag, its birth date of 1932 placing it at the start of an exceptional decade that saw the creation of the Speedy, the Alma and the Keepall.
Back in 1932, a champagne producer asked Gaston-Louis Vuitton to design a bag that could transport five bottles of champagne in style. His response was the Noé: a timelessly simple, pleated shape, supple and spacious, closed with a distinctive leather drawstring. In the intervening decades, the Noé has carried countless treasures in addition to champagne.
Louis Vuitton has launched a new Monogram Métis since January this year. Métis, in Greek mythology was the child of Oceanus and Tethys and spouse of Zeus. The word Métis also meant wisdom and cunning which translates to Louis Vuitton’s noble and elegant design and heritage and functionality respectively.
Its timeless and transversal style lets you carry the bag in three way giving you the flexibility to fit it to any occasion. The Metis comes with a lighter supple leather with body-friendlier sahpes as well as the recognisable classic ‘S-lock’ buckle inspired by the heritage trunks.
In 1985, Louis Vuitton Epi came on the scene and its release has highly answered people’s demand for durable leather travel bag. This bag collection is endowed with a multitude of colors so that customers can always easily get their favorite one. The vivid & lifeful colorway as well as unique & alive leather texture make Epi handbag become classic. Last year, the big event was that Fan Bingbing established a great cooperative relationship with Louis Vuitton Epi handbag in the flagship store in Nanjing, China. On December 2ed, 2012, the president of Louis Vuitton China ceremoniously announced that Fan Bingbing formally took up the post of brand ambassador of Epi Alma.