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Louis Vuitton exotic skin touches 2013

| October 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Inspirational accessories that are ahead of their time always come through Louis Vuitton and their handbag collection is just so different for spring 2013. The defining prints of luxury, exotic skin touches can be found in the newest alternatives by the design house. Whether you are ready to make a bold statement with an obvious print or want to settle for the texture that will ultimately give you the opulent vibe you crave.

Louis Vuitton exotic skin touches 2013

Louis Vuitton exotic skin touches 2013

Louis Vuitton exotic skin touches 2013

If playing with color is the choice for daytime, things things really change quite a bit as far as evening wear goes.

Louis Vuitton exotic skin touches 2013

Louis Vuitton exotic skin touches 2013

These fabulous bold toned satchels, with the gold metallic detail is an addition that also reflects the current trends in addition to being a motif which also highlights the idea of luxury and style. The design is dedicated to day to day wear, but there are also some interesting options if you’re looking for change in the evening.

How it all began

When he was only sixteen years old, Louis Vuitton made a decision that would not only change his own life but the lives of his sons and future generations, he would become a trunk maker. Louis Vuitton’s heritage as a trunk maker preceded even the founding of the company.
It was in 1837 that a 16-year-old Louis Vuitton arrived in Paris by foot and started apprenticing for Monsieur Maréchal. At the time, horse-drawn carriages, boats and trains were the main modes of transportation, and baggage was handled roughly. Travelers called upon craftsmen to pack and protect their individual objects.

Vuitton quickly became a valued craftsman at the Parisian atelier of Monsieur Maréchal. These were the roots of his highly specialized trade; the beginnings of his career in an artisinal industry that called upon skills to custom design boxes and, later, trunks according to clients’ wishes. Louis Vuitton stayed for 17 years before opening his own workshop at 4 Rue Neuve-des-Capucines near the Place Vendome.

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