Leader of luxury already in 1854, Louis Vuitton became the symbol of art of travelling with elegance.
Accessories are famous worldwide for its extreme quality, craftsmanship, innovation and elegance.
The griffe has always been a status symbol, a sign of handcraft, haute couture and sophistication, from the famous luggage for ship, train, car, to bags, shoes and clothes.
The brand and the legendary Monogram Canvas “LV”, logo which reproduced the founder's initials, created by the son Georges in 1896, represents a timeless luxury.
Today the company is lead by the fifth generation of the family and it is one of the most prestigious brands in luxury goods market.
Several textures are famous, which characterized LV products, from the legendary monogram to the “grey trianon”, “raye”, “damier” canvas.
Among the women purse classical models, real icons of the Maison, which make the travel theme their “raison d'être”, stand out the “Keepall” (1924), “Noè Bag” (1932), the 30’s “Speedy” and the 60’s “Petit bucket”.
From 1997, with Marc Jacobs as Creative Director, Louis Vuitton extended its offer to men and women ready-to-wear, shoes, watches, jewelry and sunglasses.
Louis Vuitton is owner of an exclusive worldwide chain of 457 stores in 63 Countries.
From 1987 is a member of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the most important group of luxury goods.
In addition to Verona, Louis Vuitton has other 17 stores in Italy: in Milan, Via Montenapoleone, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II e La Rinascente, Turin, Genoa, Venice, Bologna, Portofino, Florence, Rome in Via Condotti and Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina, Bari, Capri, Naples, Porto Cervo, Palermo and Padua.
From September 2008 it is also possible to explore the Louis Vuitton's universe on the website www.louisvuitton.com, which allows to Italian customers the purchase of Louis Vuitton products directly from home.