Louis Vuitton (born 1821 in Anchay, Jura, France, died 1892) was apprenticed to several luggage makers in Paris from 1839 before he founded his own company and began making trunks in 1854. His flat luggage designs were distinctive for their inteded use on the new railway cars for personal travel; traditional iron-bound trunks were used on horse-drawn coaches.  After Louis Vuitton died in 1892, his son, Georges Vuitton, took over the company and put a shop to widespread copying of Vuitton designs by developing and patenting the distinctive "LV" monogram in beige on chestnut brown leather, thereby creating the first designer label on a product. Georges also developed Vuitton's unique five-combination lock. The company grew in size and importance by keeping the quality of their leather goods of the highest standards. The Louis Vuitton company has become a leader in luxury consumer good, with products that include handbags, travel, books, perfume and designer clothing.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Vintage Black Epi Leather Ambassadeur Briefcase

320.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Reporter PM Crossbody Bag

650.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Vintage Bicolor Epi Leather Petit Noe Noé Shoulder Bag

520.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Pink Monogram Mini Lin Sac a Langer Diaper Bag

850.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Black Monogram Canvas Denim Noir XS Hobo Bag

980.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Red Monogram Vernis Avalon MM Tote Bag

850.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Vintage Monogram Canvas Ellipse MM Handbag

850.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Vintage Brown Monogram Canvas Speedy 30 Bag

480.00 EUR

Louis Vuitton Vintage Red Epi Leather Saint Jacques Shoulder Bag

460.00 EUR