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The list of Louis Vuitton models over the years is long. The models of the French fashion house always have their own name: In some models, it was inspired by the claim to be able to be taken away on trips and excursions, as is also the case with the Louis Vuitton classics of the Neverfull, Keepall and Packall rows. In others, the inspiration of people or historic places comes. Are there also models whose names clearly have a different origin. In this Secondhandbags Blog article we immerse yourself in the imaginative world of Louis Vuitton bags.

1. Louis Vuitton Eva:

The little one Louis Vuitton Pochette Eva became named after the well -known top model Eva Herzigová. Born in Czechoslovakin, it belongs to the ranks of iconic 90s model, the gloss of which continues to this day. Herzigová was part of several hood campaigns and so she became the honor of becoming namesake for her own model. The named after her Bag Put a Pochette variant and was offered in all three classic canvas variants. The small bags carry a sign on the front with the embossing of the company name and have a short, delicate chain strap and a removable leather shoulder strap. The Bag has not been offered by Louis Vuitton since 2010.

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Top model Eva Herzigovà, here in 1997, borrowed her name on a Louis Vuitton own Louis Bag. / Photo by Georges Biard on Wikicommons

2. Louis Vuitton Montsouris:

The backpacks Louis Vuitton’s Montsouris Series were not inspired by any person but by a historic place. The Montsouris Park in the south of Paris was completed in 1878 after 18 years of planning and work. The area offered some hurdles during its redesign to the landscape garden. Train tracks had to be laid and even graves were relocated. At the opening, the artificial waters are said to have expired, whereupon the responsible engineer committed suicide. Today the park is still open and invites you to relax with its green areas. The backpacks from the Montsouris series represent a perfect companion for such smaller excursions into the countryside.

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The Parc Montsouris in the south of Paris invites you to relax with its green areas. / Photo by Mathounette on Wikicommons

3. Louis Vuitton Galliera:

The bags out Louis Vuitton’s Galliera Series were from that Musée Galliera in Paris inspired. In 1894 the Palais commissioned by the Duchess of Galliera was completed, It has been offering space for a fashion museum since 1977. In 2007, the museum has learned four -year renovation work and has been shining in its old glory again since then. The entire collection of the museum has 30,000 clothing from the past three centuries, 50,000 graphic works and 70,000 photographs. The bags of the Galliera series were offered in all three canvas variants and offer a nice space in the interior and relaxed comfort over the shoulder.

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The Musée Galliera in Paris is home to its own fashion museum. / Photo by Joe Desousa on Wikicommons

Our Louis Vuitton Eva, Montsouris and Galliera bags:

4. Louis Vuitton Bosphore:

The bags out Louis Vuitton’s Boshpore Series bear their name in honor of the Bosphorus Means between Europe and Asia. It is considered one of the most important water roads in the world and connects the Black Sea with the Sea of ​​Marmara. The city of Istanbul has its geographical seat here and extends on both sides. The backpacks, messenger bags and crossbody pockets of the Bosphore series are all adorned with narrow leather bows and zippers and make it clear that stylish travel and adventure lust can be paired. The most common are specimens made of brown monograph canvas. However, originals from Damier Azur Canvas are rare.

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View of the northern outlet of the Bosphorus Meerenge. / Photo by Kharmacher on Wikicommons

5. Louis Vuitton Saleya:

The bags out Louis Vuitton’s Saleya Series bear the same name as that Famous flower market in the French coastal city of Nice. The market in the heart of the city is part of a large market where, in addition to flowers, fruits and vegetables are also available for sale. Cutting flowers trading in the city has a tradition. In 1897, the world's first trading center for cut flowers was opened here. After selling to dealers, the residents were able to buy flowers themselves from the afternoon. To date, the flower market is open longer from Tuesday to Sunday than the neighboring markets for fruits and vegetables. The bags of the Saleya series are ideal for such corridors about well -fragrant markets and represent a nice alternative to the classics of the Neverfull series. In contrast to these, the bags of the Saleya series have a zipper at the upper opening.

Cours Saleya Nice / Photo by Dalbera on Wikicommons
View of the flower market of the Cours Saleya in Nice. / Photo by Dalbera on Wikicommons

6. Louis Vuitton Pont Neuf:

The bags out Louis Vuitton’s Pont Neuf Series were made of EPI leather in a variety of colors and are prospective classics of the house. Bags of the Pont Neuf series are available in different sizes, the bags with their rolled handle made of leather are always guided on golden rings in their hands. The Pont Neuf is the oldest preserved bridge in Paris about the Seine. It connects both banks of the city and crosses the top of the Île de la Cité, the original city center, at its western top. After thirty years of construction, it was completed in 1607 and relieved the increasing major city traffic from the first day. Up to this point, both banks only connected four bridges built with houses, of which no ones are preserved today. Perhaps the designers were even inspired by the rounds of the bridge: the bags of the series have rounded corners and clear forms, like the namesake in Paris bridge itself.

Pont Neuf Bridge in Paris / Photo by Fabien Maurin on Unsplash
The Pont Neuf Brücke in Paris is the oldest preserved bridge over its in the city. / Photo by Fabien Maurin von Unsplash

We from Secondhandbags Always give our best, a large and balanced range of Louis Vuitton classics including the pockets listed here. Below is a selection of Louis Vuitton bags mentioned in this article:

Our Louis Vuitton Bosphore, Saleya and Pont Neuf bags:

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