Louis Vuitton: A Chic Traveler’s Mecca

With a heritage of travel inspired craftsmanship and an international reach, its no surprise that Louis Vuitton has become more than just a baggage brand.

Starting in 1896, Louis Vuitton, a trained trunk craftsman, took advantage of his skills and the booming transportation era, and created luggage that was both functional and stylish. Fast forward to this century where this leading fashion house continues it’s rich history with travel themed ad campaigns, recently featuring Angelina Jolie on a Cambodian river boat, and famously portraying Mikhail Gorbachev against the Berlin Wall.

Continuing from it’s bread and butter signature monogrammed bags, Louis Vuitton capitalized on its niche in the travel and fashion market, and created a dedicated line of travel products including passport holders, city guides, luggage sets, and of course steamer trunks. Continue reading