LOUIS VUITTON ALMA SOUPLE BAG

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Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag

Our forever love – the Alma Bag has been reintroduced in a new exciting shape. It’s bigger, curvier and it comes with a larger handle. It’s called the Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag.

When comparing to the original Alma Bag sizes, the Souple version comes really close to the Alma MM Bag. The Alma MM Bag is measured 14’ x 11’ x 6.7’ inches while the Alma Souple Bag is measured 13.7’ x 10.8’ x 5.9’ (L x H x W) inches.

More over, it features the latest ‘Transformed Monogram Canvas’, which is basically the same style as the brownish Monogram Canvas yet slightly different in texture. It feels more vintages.

Definitely, the shape is the biggest distinction. The Souple Alma Bag has more curves and comes with an oversized Toron handles. Other details are the chic padlock and the nametag.

For the Cruise 2019 Collection, this handbag is adorned with the relief-printed Catogram, which is a limited edition crafted by Grace Coddington. In the future, we might also see new options like the Souple Alma Bag with only Monogram Canvas or other styles like Epi Leather.

Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag

The bag opens via the double zipped closure. The interior has an extra-large capacity. Inside there is 1 huge compartment and a patch pocket to store your essentials.

Measuring 13.7’ x 10.8’ x 5.9’ (L x H x W) inches, priced at $2600 USD, $3400 CAD, €1980 EUR, £1860 GBP, $21600 HKD, $3650 AUD, ¥311040 JPY, 19300 CNY Louis Vuitton boutiques.

Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag

Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag

Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag

Louis Vuitton Alma Souple Bag



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LOUIS VUITTON RETRO BIFACE BAG

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Louis Vuitton Retro Biface Bag

We remember the day that the Biface Bag was reintroduced. It was back in 2014. Now Nicolas Ghesquiere takes another chance to revitalize the classic Louis Vuitton Biface Bag again for the Cruise 2019 Collection.

The Design

Before we go into the details, we want to compare the newest Biface Bag with the old Biface Bag. Take a look:

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Louis Vuitton Biface Bag from 2014

So there are some similarities, but also a lot of big differences. Do you like the old or the new version more?

The newest Biface Bag is crafted with an square/rectangle shape. It’s a multifunctional handbag in everyway because it’s built with a short handle, long handle and it also comes with a hexagonal link chain strap for shoulder or cross body carry.

The chain is shimmering beautifully in gold hardware. It’s very chic and feminine. The front is designed with the gorgeous V-tuck lock.

What’s more? The body of the bag is made from leather while the flap as well as the handles are (partly) made from Monogram Canvas.

The Interior

Louis Vuitton Retro Biface Bag

The interior is made with multiple compartments including a front flat pocket but also an insie flat pocket. There are double-sided compartments as well as a main compartment to help you organize your essentials.

The Sizes And Prices

Measuring 8.7’ x 6.1’ x 3’ inches, priced at $3200 USD, $3900 CAD, €2280 EUR, £2120 GBP, $26400 HKD, ¥375840 JPY, 23600 CNY via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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Louis Vuitton Retro Biface Bag

Louis Vuitton Retro Biface Bag

Louis Vuitton Retro Biface Bag

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Top Louis Vuitton Collaborations Over The Years

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Throughout the years, Louis Vuitton has collaborated with various artists for their Men and Women’s Collections. From Stephen Sprouse to Yayoi Kusama and the latest, Supreme brand, the different collaborations have all been a success. Check out our top list of Louis Vuitton collaborations.

1. Stephen Sprouse (2001 and 2009)

The first ever collaboration, then Creative Director Marc Jacobs, have chosen Stephen Sprouse for the brand’s Spring/Summer 2001 Collection. The iconic Monogram Canvas bags were painted with graffiti of Louis Vuitton Paris. Then again in 2009, to celebrate the life of Sprouse, the brand offered the Monogram Roses and Monogram Graffiti on their leather goods including the Speedy and Neverfull.

2. Takashi Murakami (2003 – 2015)

Japanese artist Takashi Murakami has been a favorite collaborator of Louis Vuitton. It began with the brand’s Spring/Summer 2003 Collection. Which paved the way for the success of the Monogram Multicolore, it became one of Louis Vuitton’s most-sought after bags. Other collections includes Monogramouflage, Cherry Blossom, and Character Bag. The collaboration ended in 2015, as Louis Vuitton has decided to stop selling the Monogram Multicolore leather goods.

3. Supreme (2017)

The brand’s latest collaboration is with American brand Supreme for the Men’s Fall/Winter 2017 Collection. We all know how successful the special collection turned out. The signature epi leather gets emblazoned with the Supreme logo, and Monogram pattern were seen in ready-to-wear items including jackets, jeans, belts and small leather goods.

4. Jeff Koons (2017)

The Masters Collection by Jeff Koons was just released last April. Each piece in the collection is a work of art, imagine carrying around a bag with Jeff Koons’ reproductions of famous masterpieces. These includes Mona Lisa, Girl with Dog, The Tiger Hunt, Mars, Venus and Cupid and A Wheatfield with Cypresses printed on the brand’s iconic handbags such as Neverfull, Speedy and Keepall.

5. Iconoclasts Collection (2014)

Six icons reinterpreted the iconic Monogram Canvas in celebration of the brand’s 160th Anniversary. Louis Vuitton has collaborated with Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo to present limited edition pieces which features the signature pattern.

6. Yayoi Kusama (2012)

The bold and playful collection, Louis Vuitton collaborated with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama to feature her signature polka dot pattern. Her trademark design was seen in a mix of Monogram Canvas in the Neverfull and Speedy, as well as the Monogram Vernis Lockit bags.

7. Richard Prince (2008)

For the brand’s Spring/Summer 2008 Collection, Marc Jacobs has enlisted American painter and photographer Richard Prince to be a collaborator. The collection includes the Monogram Watercolor which features the Monogram pattern in 17 colors. Another design presents the Monogram Jokes bags, wherein airbrushed Monogram bags comes with printed jokes and karung snakeskin handles.

8. Fragment Design (2017)

Another one from the Men’s department is the brand’s collaboration with Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara of streetwear brand Fragment Design. The collection was released for Pre-Fall 2017. It features handbags in Monogram Canvas and Monogram Eclipse, as well as ready-to-wear items and small leather goods, inspired by American preppy style.

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LOUIS VUITTON X SUPREME EYE-TRUNK FOR IPHONE

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The eye-trunk was first introduced during Louis Vuitton’s Spring Summer 2017 Collection and ever since its release; people in the fashion industry couldn’t wait to get their hands on them. Now Louis Vuitton partners with Supreme in releasing new style of Eye-Trunk Cases. But they’re not released yet, so you need to wait until they hit the stores.

Sporting Louis Vuitton’s well-famed Monogram canvas in spicy red color, this iPhone case serves more than a protective cover as it can also double as a fashionable accessory that you can bring around. Take a closer look and you will notice that the Supreme Eye Trunk Case resembles that of a traditional Louis Vuitton trunk in a smaller and trendier iPhone Case version. A coveted phone accessory piece to own this season, this Louis Vuitton iPhone case is highly anticipated with its fashion-forward style. Donning a fiery color of red that has long been associated with passion and desire, this iPhone cover is further adorned with the LV and Supreme logo in white and further accentuated with silver-tone hardware.

The Supreme Eye-Trunk is available for both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. No details yet about its price but we expect them to be:

Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Eye-Trunk For iPhone 7
Prices: $1180 USD, €800 euro, £745 GBP, $1420 AUD, ¥132840 JPY, ¥9050 CNY

Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Eye-Trunk For iPhone 7 Plus
Prices: $1250 USD, €850 euro, £790 GBP, $1510 AUD, ¥140400 JPY, ¥9600 CNY

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Louis Vuitton x Fragment Cabas Light Collection

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Why Louis Vuitton didn’t launch them earlier still escapes me, but the Cabas Light bags, from the recently launched limited edition Louis Vuitton x Fragment collection, are officially my new favourite bags from the French luxury house. Created in collaboration with Fragment’s Hiroshi Fujiwara, it’s many things most boys will appreciate, from its massive size (50 cm by 50 cm by 16 cm) to the fact that it is extremely lightweight.

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Topped with a pair of handles long enough to drape the tote comfortably over the shoulder, open the drawstring closure and reach into its textile-lined interior for the removable canvas pouch that comes with the bag. Available in Monogram Canvas (sorry guys, this one is a Japan-only exclusive), Monogram Eclipse (the one I want) and finally one more in a black textile fabric, the icing on this cult favourite cake has got to be those 4 magic words on the front of the bag, namely Louis Vuitton Fragment Tokyo.

Priced at SGD2860, both the ones in Monogram Eclipse and the black fabric textile are currently OOS, but I’ve also been told that daily replenishments are still happening at the #LVxFragment pop-up at Surrender’s 268 Orchard Road flagship that will end on 7 May 2017. Yes folks, use this long weekend and head on down because you’ll never know if you’ll get lucky and finally get the limited edition piece of your dreams.

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LOUIS VUITTON NEONOE BAG

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As if things couldn’t get any better for our favorite Louis Vuitton Noe Bag, suddenly comes this beautiful rendition of it in the newest and latest NeoNoe Bag. You can look closer and compare them side-by-side and you’ll instantly notice the difference without a hitch!

Designed in 1932 originally as a bag made to transport bottles of Champagne, the Noe comes back and returns for the Spring summer 2017 Collection as the NeoNoe. A modern and on-trend bucket bag in supple Monogram canvas made more beautiful with colorful calf-leather accents, this one definitely wins the game.

It features a luxurious Monogram coated canvas that is beautifully complemented by gold-color metal hardware. Aside from this, it also has a colorful calf-leather trim and a colorful bonded microfiber lining for an added fashion twist.

The NeoNoe Bag also has a drawstring closure for easy access and has an adjustable long strap with press studs so you can stylishly carry it in whatever way works best for you. Looking inside, it has an inside zipped pocket to keep your things organized.

Comparing it with the original Noe bag, you’ll notice that the adjustable strap is re-designed as the side leather is entirely done in Monogram Canvas.

Measuring 10.2” x 8.7” x 10.6” (L x H x W) inches and is priced $1390 USD, $1770 AUD, ¥10700 CNY via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

So what do you think?

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