A much-loved Louis Vuitton Shoulder Bag – the Louise is truly one of its kind. We received a lot of positive reaction when we released this bag on our site and its because this bag is simply gorgeous. No other explanation.

However, Louis Vuitton has decided to change the Louise Bag a bit and as the name already revealed it – it’s the sliding chain.

Here an image of the original Louis Vuitton Louise Chain Bag:


Here’s another image of the new Louis Vuitton Louise Sliding Chain:


Which one you should choose? Well, its just matter of comfort and what you like. But the sliding chain looks much chic’er and modern because the chain is in the outside. The golden hardware shines around the bag.

Another point to notice is the design of the chains. The Louis Vuitton Louise Chain Bag has a much more feminine chain while the Louis Vuitton Louise Sliding Chain is more masculine. It’s bigger, more sophisticated and looks heavier (not that its heavier but it just looks like it).

Other basic element that we adore is the 3D LV logo signature on the front. The interior is slightly different than the original version – with 1 inside zipped pocket and additional leather inside compartment. The Louise Sliding Chain Bag is crafted with calfskin, measuring 8.3’ x 5.9’ x 1.2’ inches, priced at $2200 USD, €1550 euro, £1500 GBP via Louis Vuitton boutique.


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Meet the Louis Vuitton Dora Ultra Soft Bag.

And you’re right, it’s belongs to the Louis Vuitton Dora Bag Collection, but the style is different and unique. The shape is more round and because of this, it deserves its own page on BRAGMYBAG.

READ: Louis Vuitton Dora Bag

The sides of the Dora Ultra Soft Bag have the curves like a woman. It’s crafted in rich Taurillon Leather, and it adds a happy pop of color to our neutral wardrobes. This is the newest version, which is made soft with rounded lines that highlight the skin’s supple feel and distinctive grain.

The MM size has plenty of space for all your essentials and it’s the perfect accessory for everyday. Because of the leather strap (which can be removed) and the handles, it can be carried by hand, over our shoulder or even on your elbow.

It comes with a leather luggage tag and with metal LV signature on it, the interior features double pocket and large pocket. Measuring 36 x 24 x 15 cm, priced at $5450 AUD via Louis Vuitton boutique.


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Louis Vuitton to Discontinue Takashi Murakami Multicolore Line

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Louis Vuitton is set to discontinue the Monogram Multicolor line which is a collaboration between the French brand and Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami. Reports said that by the end of July, Louis Vuitton stores will no longer be selling this line. The collaboration started in 2002, wherein former Louis Vuitton Creative Director Marc Jacobs hired Murakami for the Spring 2003 Collection. Over the years, the pair have created limited edition collections, as well as the Monogram Multicolor line that has been made available in the brand’s classic handbags such as Speedy, Alma and Noe. This is the brand’s longest collaboration, and now it has come to an end.

Let’s take a look on the collections that Takashi Murakami has created for Louis Vuitton.

Monogram Multicolore Collection
Louis Vuitton Monogram Multicolore Handbags
The first collection that was created by Takashi Murakami. It features the Louis Vuitton Monogram pattern in 33 different colours on white or black background. This is the longest and most popular collection from the Japanese artist. It was first presented at the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2003 runway show. The Monogram Multicolore is still available in Louis Vuitton stores, and it comes in a wide variety of handbags and small leather goods.

Eye Love Monogram Collection

Louis Vuitton The Eye Collection
Features 4 bag styles namely, Eye Need YouEye Love YouEye Miss You and Eye Dare You. These are limited edition pieces that were also added to the Monogram Multicolore line. Only few pieces were produced in black and white, wherein the artist replaced the rounded Monogram flower into multicolored eyes.

Cherry Blossom Collection
Louis Vuitton Cherry Blossom Collection
Also released for the Spring/Summer 2003 Collection, the Cherry Blossom Collection features the Monogram Canvas pattern printed with Japan’s famous Cherry Blossom flowers. The flowers shows smiling animated faces. It comes in three color patterns, brown and pink, pink and pink, red and cream. This line was only available for a short period of time and was discontinued in June 2003.

Monogram Panda
Louis Vuitton Monogram Panda
A Panda character that was first featured in a short film entitled “Superflat Monogram” by Takashi Murakami for Louis Vuitton. The Monogram Panda was released in 2003.

Cerises Collection
Louis Vuitton Cerises Collection
Launched in 2005, the Cerises Collection is a limited edition for the Spring/Summer 2005 Collection. The iconic Monogram Canvas has been updated with smiling cherry prints.

MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles) Collaboration
Louis Vuitton x MoCA
In 2007, Takashi Murakami had an exhibition entitled “Superflat” at MoCA which also held a small pop-up store of Louis Vuitton handbags and leather goods. The limited edition pieces includes the Louis Vuitton Hands symbol, which been made available in the Neverfull bags and Porte Monnaie Ronde, both in Monogram Canvas. A new character has also been introduced “Chibi Kinoko”, meaning little mushroom, which comes in Agenda Planner in Monogram Canvas and Black and White Monogram Multicolore.

Monogramouflage Collection
Louis Vuitton Monogramouflage Collection
Released in 2008, the Monogramouflage Collection, features a combination of the Monogram pattern and Camouflage print. It has been made available in canvas and denim, in different Louis Vuitton handbags and small leather goods including the Keepall and Speedy.

Cosmic Blossom Collection
Louis Vuitton Cosmic Blossom Collection
The Cosmic Blossom Collection was part of the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2010 Collection. The line features the “Cosmic Flower” in bold and bright handbags, ready-to-wear items and accessories.

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Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 Campaign

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On the eve of the fall-winter season, fashion designers keep us intrigued by new updates every now and then, installing no more than one or two pictures of their recent campaigns. Each has its own trick: Mark Jacobs, for instance, surprises everyone with unusual images of Sofia Coppola and Winona Ryder adding descriptions of those images in detail. Louis Vuitton artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière, unlike his peer colleague, seems quite stingy in words being extremely laconic. He has tapped famous photographers Bruce Weber and Juergen Teller for the Louis Vuitton fall/winter 2015-2016 campaign, and keeps uploading pictures from their thrilling photoshoots. The campaign has been named “Series 3”. A few days ago, two pictures appeared in Ghesquière’s Instagram, in the first of which we were amazed to see the 26-year-old Swiss dancer and actress Alicia Vikander. Being the big fan of Ghesquière’s art and creations, she has lately become the new face of the brand and a muse for the French house. The second picture portrayed the 19-year-old promising model Rianne van Rompaey from The Netherlands in strong imagery.

Only a day later a new image featuring “Requiem for a dream” star Jennifer Connelly appeared in the web. We were anticipating the appearance of the 44-year-old actress in the campaign of LV, as long as she is another muse of Ghesquière. Vikander joined Vuitton stalwart Connelly in the fall spots, planning to break the fashion titles of August. The fourth image did not keep us waiting too long and appeared the next day. The Australian model and star of LV’s fall-winter collection show Fernanda Ly made an immense jaw-dropping impression with a powerful look spiced up with pink hair.

Seeking to represent diverse ages and nationalities, Ghesquière also cast the Ethiopian supermodel, designer and actress Liya Kebede, gorgeous models Freja Beha Erichsen, Angel Rutlege and Julia Merkelbach to be featured in the Louis Vuitton fall 2015 advertisements. To represent the character of LV’s fall-winter collection, Teller took photographs of Fernanda Ly, Angel Rutlege and Liya Kebede at a utopian home for a sculptor near Barcelona, Spain. Bruce Weber took Freja Beha Erichsen, Rianne von Rompaey and Julia Merkelbach to a private Miami airport to take his shoots. We can smell a winking hint to Louis Vuitton’s travel heritage in this idea: well done Weber!

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Being extremely happy to see the new muse of Louis Vuitton Alicia Vikander, we should mention it was a genuine step. Alicia is going to appear in eight movies this year, including “Ex Machina”, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” “The Danish Girl,” “Tulip Fever” and “The Light Between Oceans.” We have no doubt she will have immense success and a breakthrough fame with these, and appearing as a fashion muse of the renowned French house will only add to the excitement providing a boom for both Vikander and LV.

Remembering the rumors about Selena Gomez becoming the new fresh face of the luxury brand, we are eager to see her in the campaign as well quite soon. Yesterday Selena uploaded a new picture of her, Ghesquière and Michelle Williams on her Facebook page with the inscription “TBT with Michelle and @nicolasghesquiereofficial for @louisvuitton”, which we guess is a proving hint for our predictions. Rock the beauty collection, Selena!

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Louis Vuitton Unveils Fall 2015 Ad Campaign, Featuring Some New Bags

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If you've been tuned into Louis Vuitton's and creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere's various social media channels over the past week, you've probably seen this coming little by little, but we now have enough of the Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 ad campaign, dubbed Series 3 by the designer, to collect and evaluate the effort.


As the name indicates, these photos are similar in style and content to Ghesquiere's two previous major campaigns for Vuitton, Series 1 and Series 2. According to Women's Wear Daily, the campaign's photos were taken by two of the three super-photographers who snapped the first two campaigns, Juergen Teller and Bruce Weber. (Annie Leibovitz was the third; she appears to have sat this round out.)

The photos include faces that will be familiar to the brand's fans, like Jennifer Connelly and Freja Beha Erichsen, as well as Swedish actress Alicia Vikander, whom Ghesquiere has named the brand's new muse. All the currently available images include bags from the brand's Fall 2015 runway show; you can check out the ads below and all the bags from the show in our review.

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There’s a Notable Uptick in Celebrities Carrying Louis Vuitton This Week

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