Long synonymous with sophisticated style, a Louis Vuitton handbag is a symbol of sartorial status boasting both stunning design and superior craftsmanship. From travel essentials to everyday carryalls, which handbags weighed in on our list of “Top 5 Louis Vuitton Bags of All Time?” Continue scrolling to find out.
1. Louis Vuitton Alma
A structured piece of sophistication, the inspiration for the Alma handbag dates back to the 1930’s and a travel bag termed the “Squire bag.” When the art deco inspired Alma debuted, they named it after the Alma bridge over the River Seine in Paris. Ideal for both work and play, this LV handbag features a spacious interior with ample room for daytime and evening essentials alike.
A modern classic, the Louis Vuitton Neverfull, was first introduced in 2007 and rapidly became one of LV’s most sought-after styles. Featuring a simple tote design and a removable pouch (on newer models), a LV Neverfull is the quintessential combination of practical and polished making it the ideal choice for both mothers, travelers and professionals alike.
The Louise Clutch epitomizes modern elegance. Able to be dressed up or down with ease, this LV favorite is apropos for anything from errands to a formal evening out. Meanwhile, pockets and card slots ensure one will always be well equipped.
Inspired by the coveted Keepall, the Louis Vuitton Speedy bag was the first everyday handbag offered by the luxury label. Worn by historic fashion icon Audrey Hepburn, the popularity of this durable yet lightweight style has sky rocketed ever since.
In 1932, Gaston-Louis Vuitton was asked to create a stylish handbag that could house five bottles of champagne by a champagne producer. With that in mind, he conceived the bucket style Noe bag that we love today. Better yet, it now comes in two sizes – Noe and Petit Noe.