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Louis Vuitton Handbags: Iconic Styles and Price Guide

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes • Last updated: 05.30.18

By: White Line Projects

As one of the most prestigious luxury brands today, French fashion house Louis Vuitton is a symbol of quality, durability and practicality, and is synonymous with style and innovation. These core values were essential to Louis Vuitton himself when he began designing luggage suited for travel in 1854. Advances in transportation and the expansion of the travel industry generated demand for now iconic Louis Vuitton accessories such as Louis Vuitton handbags and the Louis Vuitton trunk. Louis Vuitton continues to appeal those looking for a unique design and willing to pay for the quality of make and material.

Louis Vuitton, Monogram, a hard coated fabric vanity case or trunk. Sold for £1,488 via Dreweatts 1759 (December 2016).

When considering investment pieces such as Louis Vuitton handbags, as a rule, classic styles such as the Louis Vuitton Neverfull or the Louis Vuitton Speedy will always be in demand and maintain their value more than seasonal bags. However, keep an eye out for limited editions. For example, the limited edition show bags (produced for runway collections) are highly sought after, while exotic leathers such as crocodile, alligator, ostrich and snakeskin are the ultimate prize for any collector. The condition of the bag will also greatly affect its value.

Iconic Louis Vuitton Handbags

The evolution of Louis Vuitton handbags are closely linked to the users’ needs. The first soft-sided bag introduced was the Louis Vuitton Keepall bag, and it remains one of the best-selling travel pieces today. Fashion specialist Meg Randell from Chiswick Auctions says the Keepall is  “always popular – a good sports bag or weekend bag.” She also recommends vintage Louis Vuitton backpacks, noting that the Montsouris are popular at auction and can fetch between £300 for a monogram version to over £1,500 for a limited edition.

Louis Vuitton by Takashi Murakami, Alma Multicolore Monogram Canvas Handbag, sold for €626 via Artcurial (June 2014).

A popular fashion staple, traveling Louis Vuitton handbags can be found in wide range of designs, formats, and leathers. Introduced in 1985, Epi Leather was the first of Louis Vuitton’s permanent collection of leather bags. There are also variations of the Louis Vuitton Damier, with Damier Azur introduced in 2006, followed by the Damier Graphite in 2008. The Louis Vuitton Monogram lines are also popular, with Multicolore introduced in 2003 in collaboration with Japanese artist Takashi Murakami; the rare Mini Lin. Classic Monogram styles can be found in auction from £300, but you can expect to pay up to to £2,000 for an artist collaboration edition, such as Yayoi Kusama or Stephen Sprouse.

Below, explore 5 of the most popular Louis Vuitton handbags available in the market today.

1. Louis Vuitton Speedy

Created in 1930, the Louis Vuitton Speedy is a smaller version of the Keepall, the first handbag designed for everyday use and one of the most popular, as Randell notes. Originally released only with the LV Monogram canvas and without shoulder straps, today it is available in different sizes, styles, colors, and leathers, such as the Louis Vuitton Idylle Canvas Speedy, the limited edition Nano Speedy and the Speedy Bandouliere. The classic shape remains the same; the design has been untouched for the past 80 years.

Occasionally the Speedy bag can be found for less than £100, however, prices typically range from $200 to $3,000 for limited editions, such as the World Tour or Monogramouflage.

Image 1: Louis Vuitton Silver Monogram Vernis Speedy Mirror BagChristie’s, New York, New York (December 2011)
Estimate: $700 – $1,000
Price Realized: $8,125 

Image 2: Louis Vuitton Grand Speedy 50 in green Epi LeatherArtcurial, Paris, France (March 2016)
Estimate: €500 – €600
Price Realized: €939   

Image 3: Louis Vuitton Speedy 30, 2009Christie’s, Paris, France (March 2015)
Estimate: €600 – €800
Price Realized: €750

Image 4: Louis Vuitton Speedy 25Artcurial, Paris France (January 2013)
Estimate: €350 – €400
Price Realized: €688

Image 5: Louis Vuitton Speedy bag, date code for 2003, white and multi-color monogramChiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (July 2017)
Estimate: £400 – £600
Price Realized: £400 

Image 6: Louis Vuitton Damier Azure Speedy 35, c. 2010Chiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (March 2018)
Estimate: £200 – £300
Price Realized: £220

2. Louis Vuitton Noé

The world’s first bucket bag, the Louis Vuitton Noé was originally designed in 1932 to transport wines and champagnes. A popular “everyday bag,” the Noé can be found in many different materials and prints, from Damier Azur to Monogram and its variations, as well as a range of Epi Leather colors.

Depending on the style, the size, and the era of the handbag, Louis Vuitton Noé bags range from £192 to £700, with some exceptional pieces fetching higher prices.

Image 7: Louis Vuitton Neo Noé Monogram Bag, c. 2009Auctionata Paddle8 AG (February 2017)
Estimate: €1,920 – €2,400
Price Realized: €1,500   

Image 8: A Petit Noé Handbag by Louis VuittonLeonard Joel, Melbourne, Australia (May 2015)
Estimate: AUD800 – AUD1,200
Price Realized: AUD1,300

Image 9: Louis Vuitton Petit Noé in Black Epi LeatherArtcurial, Paris, France (January 2013)
Estimate: €200 – €250
Price Realized: €437

Image 10: Louis Vuitton Green Epi Noe GM, c. 1994Chiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (March 2018)
Estimate: £300 – £400
Price Realized: £340  

Image 11: Louis Vuitton, Noe, an orange Epi leather shopping toteDreweatts 1759, Newbury, United Kingdom (December 2016)
Estimate: £150 – £250
Price Realized: £323

Image 12: Louis Vuitton Noe GM, date code for 1997, Monogram canvas with leather trimChiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (December 2016)
Estimate: £250 – £350
Price Realized: £210

3. Louis Vuitton Alma

Introduced in 1934 as the Louis Vuitton Squire bag, it was coined as “Alma” in 1955. Its features include double zips with a padlock, two inside compartments, leather key tag, Toron handles, an additional shoulder strap, and protective bottom studs. Contemporary versions of this Louis Vuitton handbag are available in different leathers, prints, and sizes. In 1992, it was launched in Monogram canvas, which has appeared in different finishings, fabrics, and colors since.

Louis Vuitton Alma bag prices range from as little as £190 to over $3,000 for exotic leathers and limited editions bags.

Image 13: Louis Vuitton Cognac Alligator Alma PM Bag
Heritage Auctions, Beverly Hills, California (September 2014)
Estimate: $10,000 – $15,000
Price Realized: $9,375

Image 14: Louis Vuitton Miroir Argent d’Ore Monogram Vernis Leather Alma GM Bag
Heritage Auctions, Beverly Hills, California (December 2014)
Estimate: $1,000 – $2,000
Price Realized: $2,600

Image 15: Louis Vuitton Alma GM Epi Leather Handbag
Dreweatts 1759, Newbury, United Kingdom (December 2016)
Estimate: £300 – £500
Price Realized: £1,054

Image 16: Louis Vuitton Purple Veau Cachemire Leather Alma Bag
Heritage Auctions, Beverly Hills, California (December 2014)
Estimate: $1,200 – $2,000
Price Realized: $1,250

Image 17: Louis Vuitton Alma Bag in Monogram Canvas
Artcurial, Paris, France (January 2013)
Estimate: €300 – €350
Price Realized: €704

Image 18: Louis Vuitton by Takashi Murakami Alma Multicolore Monogram Canvas
Artcurial, Paris, France (June 2014)
Estimate: €400 – €600
Price Realized: €626

Image 19: Louis Vuitton Alma in Brown Damier
Artcurial, Paris, France (June 2014)
Estimate: €500 – €600
Price Realized: €626

Image 20: Louis Vuitton Limited Edition Stephen Sprouse Peach Graffiti Alma, c. 2001
Chiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (March 2018)
Estimate: £500 – £700
Price Realized: £480

4. Louis Vuitton Neverfull

Introduced in 2007, Randell says that more recent Louis Vuitton handbags have proven to be popular. With its supple leather, non-rigid sides, durability, attached wallet, all the while being completely reversible, the Louis Vuitton Neverfull was designed with the modern woman in mind. This modern design comes in three sizes in the classic LV materials: Damier (Ebene and Azur), Epi leather and Monogram.

Standard monogram versions at auction fetch sometimes half their original RRP (recommended retail price), which is approximately £920. However, the versions that tend to hold their value over time are the limited editions, which can sell for up to $3,250.

Image 21: Yayoi Kusama Louis Vuitton Limited Edition White Infinity Dots Monogram
Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas (June 2017)
Estimate: $1,000 – $2,000
Price Realized: $3,250

Image 22: Stephen Sprouse Louis Vuitton Limited Edition Pink Monogram Graffiti
Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas (June 2017)
Estimate: $2,000 – $3,000
Price Realized: $2,500

Image 23: Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Neverfull
Dreweatts 1759, Newbury, United Kingdom (December 2016)
Estimate: £300 – £500
Price Realized: £744

Image 24: Louis Vuitton Neverfull Mini Lin
Auktionhaus Eppli, Stuttgart, Germany (June 2015)
Estimate: Unavailable
Price Realized: €600

Image 25: Louis Vuitton Neverfull, Damier Azur canvas with leather trim
Chiswick Auctions (December 2016)
Estimate: £400 – £600
Price Realized: £360

5. Louis Vuitton Lockit

Debuting in 1958, the Louis Vuitton Lockit bag was designed as part of a collection of lighter luggage. Named after the bag’s key feature, a leather patch with a padlock on the side of the bag, it became favored by the elite due to this ‘non pick lock’ design.

Contemporary versions include the Soft Lockit Bag, designed with a softer Veau Cachemire leather with optional shoulder strap, making it more lightweight and practical. Colored variations including Framboise, Plum, Magnolia and Silver fetch up to £1,500 at auction, and limited edition pieces such as textured monogram at £2,000, as well as exotic leathers, which sell up to £10,000.

Image 26: Louis Vuitton Red Alligator Lockit MM Bag
Heritage Auctions, Beverly Hills, California (September 2014)
Estimate: $10,000 – $15,000
Price Realized: $12,500

Image 27: Louis Vuitton White Ostrich Lockit MM Bag
Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas (May 2015)
Estimate: $4,000 – $6,000
Price Realized: $3,500

Image 28: Rare Louis Vuitton Gold Perrier Monogram Fascination Lockit Tote, designed by Marc Jacobs
Chiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (May 2016)
Estimate: £2,000 – £3,000
Price Realized: £2,000

Image 29: Vertical Lockit bag in Monogram Mirror
Artcurial, Paris, France (October 2011)
Estimate: €1,400 – €1,500
Price Realized: €1,751

Image 30: Louis Vuitton Yayoi Kusama Black and White Patent Dot Lockit MM Bag, 2012
Chiswick Auctions, London, United Kingdom (June 2016)
Estimate: £400 – £600
Price Realized: £1,600

Image 31: Lockit bag by Louis Vuitton in Ivory Suhali Leather
Leonard Joel, Melbourne, Australia (October 2011)
Estimate: AUD1,800 – AUD2,200
Price Realized: AUD1,800

How to Identify Counterfeit Louis Vuitton Handbags

Similar rules for identifying authentic Louis Vuitton trunks apply to Louis Vuitton handbags. Hallmarks of authentic Louis Vuitton handbags include:

1. Louis Vuitton stamping details

  • The tail on the L is very short
  • The Os are very round and look bigger than the L
  • The Ts are almost touching each other, or are so close that it looks like they are touching
  • Lettering should be thin, clear, and very crisp
  • Study the general font used; it should be aligned perfectly

2. Hardware

In general, most fake Louis Vuitton handbags have poor quality hardware, some even manufactured in plastic. Authentic hardware should be constructed in high quality metals and have clean and crisp lettering.

3. Manufacturing Date Code

All contemporary Louis Vuitton handbags produced from the early 1980s onwards should have date codes located either on interior tags or directly on the interior linings. This also gives the name and place of where the bag was manufactured.

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About Fiona McKay & Xenia Capacete

Fiona and Xenia are fashion curators and exhibit makers, and founders of White Line Projects, a curatorial and creative studio based in London. White Line Projects curates, designs, and produces a diverse range of outcomes including exhibitions, installations and digital experiences, and websites for a wide range of clients in the fashion and cultural sectors. Fiona, Xenia, and the team at White Line Projects bring a diverse combination of skills and background experience ranging from visual communications and 3D technologies to architecture, art history, and exhibition design to theater design and performing arts.

Collecting Guide: 10 things to know about Louis Vuitton handbags and trunks

A comprehensive guide to the many Louis Vuitton bags and trunks on the market — including the most sought-after models

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  • Louis Vuitton began his career in the 1830s as a maker of boxes

Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 in the mountain town of Anchay, in eastern France. At around age 13, he set off on foot to find his fortune in Paris. It was a journey of some 300 miles, and it took him more than two years.A monogram canvas brass bound motoring trunk, Louis Vuitton, 1910s. 89 w x 25 h x 20 d cm. Sold for £10,000 on 11 June 2019 at Christie’s in London

Arriving in Paris at age 16, Vuitton became an apprentice to a box manufacturer. In his early 30s he designed a flat-topped trunk that could be stacked — a radical innovation, as hitherto trunks had featured curved lids. Hired as the personal box-maker and packer to Eugenie, Empress of France, Vuitton became the travel goods manufacturer of choice among the aristocracy.A monogram canvas hat trunk, Louis Vuitton, 1920s. 50 w x 45 h x 43 d cm.

Passed from father to son, Vuitton’s business grew to include clothing, shoes, jewellery and, of course, handbags. Its iconic offerings have included the Keepall, released in 1930; the Noé, from 1932; the Alma, from 1934; Stephen Sprouse’s 2001 Graffiti bag; Takashi Murakami’s 2003 Monogram Mulitcolore; the Neverfull tote, released in 2007; and the Capucines, from 2013. A rare, white monogram Graffiti Boîte Chapeau hat box PM by Stephen Sprouse, Louis Vuitton, 2001. 30 w x 28 h x 16 d cm. Sold for £8,125 on 11 June 2019 at Christie’s in London

Loyal customers have ranged from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor to Kim Kardashian; design collaborators have included Marc Newson, Frank Gehry and Cindy Sherman. 

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  • The bags don’t just look good — they’re designed to be highly practical 
A limited edition blue monogram PVC Keepall Bandouliere 50 by Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton, 2019. 50 w x 29 h x 22 d cm. Estimate $3,000-5,000. Offered in Handbags & Accessories Online on 11 June 2020 at Christies in New York.

A limited edition blue monogram PVC Keepall Bandouliere 50 by Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton, 2019. 50 w x 29 h x 22 d cm. Estimate $3,000-5,000. Offered in Handbags & Accessories Online on 11 June 2020 at Christie’s in New York.

One of the reasons Louis Vuitton has so many followers is the house makes pieces that are highly functional. Thoughtful design and durable materials are the hallmarks of a Louis Vuitton bag. The Keepall, for example, is completely waterproof, while the Boreal briefcase in Taiga leather — made from smooth calfskin — is one of the most durable on the market.

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  • Limited-edition show bags are highly sought after

A limited edition Eye Love monogram canvas Eye Need You Sac Rabat by Takashi Murakami, Louis Vuitton, 2003. 31 w x 18 h x 9 d cm. Sold for £4,375 on 11 June 2019 at Christie’s in London

Twice a year, Louis Vuitton releases its runway collection handbags. Known as show bags, these pieces are produced in extremely limited quantities and only made available to VIP clients and in the largest Vuitton stores worldwide. A limited edition monogram canvas iconoclast set of boxing gloves, mat & case by Karl Lagerfeld, Louis Vuitton, 2014. 47 w x 37 h x 14 d cm. Sold for £6,000 on 19 November 2019 at Christie’s in London

Often more exaggerated and complicated than the collection pieces, show bags stand out for their intricate materials and craftsmanship. They are generally numbered and always marked with the season and collection in which they were produced. Perhaps the most important of these is the 2001 Graffiti, followed by the 2003 Multicolore.

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  • In 1997 Marc Jacobs became Louis Vuitton’s creative director — and breathed new life into the brand

A limited edition denim & jaune Patent Defile Weekender PM by Richard Prince, Louis Vuitton, 2007. 40 w x 20 h x 13 d cm. Sold for $1,000, 28 May-14 Jun 2019, Online

A brand’s lead director not only guides its artistic vision, but can also steer the brand’s identity. Marc Jacobs, one of the architects of the collectible runway handbag market, arrived at Louis Vuitton in 1997 and transformed the storied luggage brand into the blockbuster fashion house it is today.

Jacobs introduced the brand’s first-ever ready-to-wear collection and also launched collaborations with the likes of fashion designer Stephen Sprouse and artist Yayoi Kusama. While staying true to Louis Vuitton’s heritage, he reinvigorated the brand for a younger generation.

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  • Collaborations with artists have resulted in groundbreaking pieces

A limited edition Da Vinci leather Masters Montaigne with silver & copper hardware by Jeff Koons, Louis Vuitton, 2018. 33 w x 23 h x 15 d cm. Sold for £2,500 on 11 June 2019 at Christie’s in London

Louis Vuitton’s collaborations with contemporary artists have included projects with Takashi Murakami in 2003 and 2008, and Richard Prince in 2007, who created paint-splattered bags adorned with quotations. In 2013, Louis Vuitton’s menswear designer Kim Jones enlisted Jake and Dinos Chapman to develop a capsule collection known as the ‘Garden in Hell’.

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  • Vuitton is not afraid to take risks

A limited edition red & white monogram Malle Courrier 90 trunk with silver hardware by Supreme, Louis Vuitton, 2017. 90 w x 51 h x 48 d cm. Sold for HK$1,375,000 on 29 May 2019 at Christie’s in Hong Kong

Louis Vuitton constantly reinvents classic models and looks to the brand’s archive for inspiration. Some models have been produced for over 100 years, while new styles incorporate traditional models and motifs to show the evolution of the brand. The Trunk clutch is a miniaturised version of the piece which first made Monsieur Vuitton a famous, household name.

As technology and social media have amplified Vuitton’s reach, the lines between art, fashion and street culture have become blurred. The trunkmaker for European aristocracy now collaborates with the hip skateboard brand Supreme, a mainstay of New York City streetwear and one of the most coveted brands in the world.

The latest Supreme x Louis Vuitton trunk is the perfect blend of New York’s street style and French savoir-faire. Louis Vuitton first partnered with Supreme in 2017 and dropped their collection in a few selected pop-up shops. Due to the popularity of the collection, a number of these pop-up shops had to close early because their stock sold out faster than expected.

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  • Pieces made from crocodile, alligator, ostrich and snakeskin are the pinnacle of the collector market

A shiny light pink crocodile Alma BB with gold hardware, Louis Vuitton, 2013. 24 w x 18 h x 11 d cm. Sold for $4,375, 20 Nov-5 Dec 2018, Online

Crafted in limited quantities from the finest materials and finished in rich, deep colours, Louis Vuitton Exotics are rarely seen on the auction market. These crocodile, alligator, ostrich and snakeskin pieces represent the pinnacle of the Vuitton collector market. The shine on a crocodile bag — such as the example shown above — surpasses anything that can be crafted in leather.

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  • Travel items remain bestsellers

A monogram canvas drawer trunk, Louis Vuitton, 1910-1920. 90 w x 58 h x 53 d cm. Sold for £16,250 on 11 June 2019 at Christie’s in London

The brand boasts one of the world’s most exceptional collections of antique trunks. Some sleep in attics, others are in museums, others are still travelling and many are displayed in its stores around the world. While trunks might not have the same use today as they did in the past, they still make a stylish accessory and highlight the traditional skills and excellence that remain as relevant today as it has for the past century. Travel items, such as the Keepall travel bag and the Pégase suitcase remain some of Vuitton’s best-selling pieces.

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  • Explorer trunks reach record-breaking prices at Christie’s

A rare, aluminium explorer trunk, Louis Vuitton, 1892. 75 w x 43 h x 42 d cm. Sold for £162,500 on 12 December 2018 at Christie’s in London

The 19th century belonged to explorers and adventurers, who wanted luggage which would safeguard their most precious possessions. To this end, Louis Vuitton created the Explorer collection, featuring hardwearing zinc, copper, aluminium and brass pieces. A rare, aluminium bound Explorer trunk sold at Christie’s London in 2018 for £162,500, a record-breaking price.

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  • Louis Vuitton offers select clients a custom service
A custom matte dark green niloticus crocodile Haute Maroquinnerie Milaris GM with silver hardware, Louis Vuitton, 2000s. 28 w x 24.5 h x 17.5 d cm.

A custom matte dark green niloticus crocodile Haute Maroquinnerie Milaris GM with silver hardware, Louis Vuitton, 2000s. 28 w x 24.5 h x 17.5 d cm.

A few years ago, Louis Vuitton introduced the Haute Maroquinerie service. The service offers the brand’s top clients the opportunity to design their own bag based on pre-selected shapes, leathers and colours. Customers are invited in special design rooms to create the bag almost entirely to their specifications.

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