Louis Vuitton briefcases

Made from the best available materials

Louis Vuitton Briefcases

The history and tradition of Louis Vuitton goes back along way. The company was founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton Malletier who was a luggage manufacturer. He set the standards for style and design by insisting on the highest quality and workmanship applied on each and every product.

Producing luggage predominantly for the rich and famous, Louis Vuitton often had custom-made extravagant orders put in by the divas of the time. His approach to perfection in design as way ahead of his time and unrivaled during his era.

Louis Vuitton - The Reputation

Recently Louis Vuitton has been working hard to rid itself of a rather stuffy reputation and modernize itself to a truly global market appeal. Louis Vuitton briefcases and bags are made, still to this day, of exotic leathers such as alligator, lizard and ostrich, only now they have introduced back packs and sport bags to their collections. This change is rumored to be directly influenced by the appointment of a young American designer called Marc Jacobs as artistic director in 1997. Louis Vuitton died a long time ago in 1892, however his firm and name live on and is now owned by LVMH.

Louis Vuitton is the designer brand name part of the world's largest luxury goods company, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton. LVMH makes wines and spirits such as Dom Pérignon, Moët & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot, designer perfumes notably Christian Dior and Givenchy, Bliss cosmetics, fashion and leather goods (Louis Vuitton and Givenchy), and watches and jewelry. TAG Heuer probably the most famous of their watch products but all of these designer brands are associated with the high life! The company is 48% in the ownership of its chairman Bernard Arnault and his family and the company owns around 60% of the DFS Group which are duty-free shops.

Quality briefcases with superb craftsmanship

Louis Vuitton briefcases are following the principles of Louis Vuitton all those years ago. They are made from the best available materials, and the craftsmanship involved in the production of these cases are truly superb. These briefcases are beyond simply fashion, they are built to last and are made from strong, thick materials such as leather or heavy canvas. This ensures durability and a long life. The straps, often a weakness in some briefcases, have no raw edges or unfinished or loose seams. The stitching is reinforced and flawless with zippers that function smoothly and firmly. The lining is strong but not clumsy, and all cases are designed with the necessary compartments and pockets for files, folders, paperwork, stationary and perhaps a laptop if required.

These designer bags are very expensive, but the quality is unrivaled and you will turn heads and add to your professional outfit with style and sophistication.

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