Today, Louis Vuitton's collections still include high-quality luggage and travel lines with the characteristic monogram "LV" as well as handbags, clothing, shoes and accessories. Whether it's the Sirius 70 Weekender with the typical allover "LV" monogram, the Speedy 35 handbag as a bowling bag in classic brown, or high-quality clothing, you're guaranteed to find what you're looking for in our Vite EnVogue online shop, if you're looking for Louis Vuitton designer second-hand leather goods, shoes, dresses, sweaters, jackets and much more.
Because his suitcases met with great approval from the very beginning, Louis Vuitton opened another manufactory just five years after its foundation and employed around 20 people. Together with his son Georges Vuitton, he succeeded in creating a real innovation: We're talking about the suitcase lock. Today, this lock still transforms the high-quality suitcases and bags, such as the Pochette Trunk Verticale handbag, into real treasure chests. At the same time, the famous Damier pattern was created, which still characterises the collections today. His son created the "LV" signature after the death of his father and with the takeover of the suitcase label, as well as the first bag in 1932. The "Noé" pouch - originally designed as a fashionable bag for five champagne bottles - is still a timeless classic today.
In addition to brands such as Fendi, Marc Jacobs and Loewe, the French fashion label is now in the same breath as the most exclusive luxury brands and enjoys a high international reputation. Odile Vuitton's husband paved the way from an "insider tip" to a world-famous luxury label in 1977 when he took over the management of the company, while Patrick-Louis Vuitton, Louis Vuitton's great-grandson, took care of special designs. In 1997, fashion designer Marc Jacobs was finally brought on board as a creative vein, designing some elegant and timeless clothing collections for men and women. Together with Marc Jacobs and numerous other respected designers, innovative and creative creations followed, such as the limited edition of handbags with the "LV" monogram in graffiti look or the multi-colour line with a colourful monogram. The cherry pattern as a stylistic break with the classics also caused a sensation. Today, it is above all the typical dots that are considered the new figurehead of the modern Louis Vuitton company.
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Whether the classic Damier pattern, the allover "LV" monogram or the dot pattern known today, in the online shop of Vite EnVogue you will find numerous Louis Vuitton Designer Second Handbags as well as selected fashion-it pieces of the luxury label, including everything from dresses, shoes, sweaters and jackets. The "Eole" Weekender in dark brown and beige is perfect for a weekend outing. A silk dress in multicolor harmonizes particularly well with it. A leather cape from the luxury brand will draw the last glance at you. With an elegant Louis Vuitton designer second hand ankle boot you round off the look and are perfectly equipped for a weekend in Paris. Order your Louis Vuitton look at Vite EnVogue right away and be part of the more than 150-year-old tradition that has created the leap to the modern luxury label for high demands.