New Louis Vuitton Handbags Featuring Flower Chains
So I’ve been reading some mixed reviews on Louis Vuitton’s newest creations, the Floral Chain Pattern. The pattern resembles LV’s earlier limited edition pattern of the Charms Cabas similar to the one below. Created by the mastermind Nicolas Ghesquiere, this floral chain pattern features the floral motif we’re all so very familiar with, and is somewhat more subtle with the constant “LV” pattern.
Compared to the classic Damier and Monogram patterns, we’ve been reading a lot of comments of different platforms regarding this Flower Chain pattern, opinions stating that the pattern makes the handbags look cheap. In my personal opinion, and I’m no one special, this pattern doesn’t necessarily make the handbag look cheap, but it adds a specific character to the bag which may not pertain to some styles. The big, bold chain patterns may be too much “in your face” for some to handle. Not to mention, the added grommet studs along the bottom of the Alma gives this bag a little more edge than the classic Alma Epi Leather. If you’re a traditional monogrammed type or Louie Girl, clearly this collection isn’t for you, but if you enjoy venturing out into the tasteful world of unusual bold fashion, then maybe this handbag is just up your alley.
Louis Vuitton has introduced several different collections that may appeal only to a specific crowd such as the Murakami Collection which includes abstract, graffiti, alien-like designs that feature bold and bright colors over monogrammed canvas. This Louis Vuitton Neverfull Limited Edition Murakami tote is a great example of the abstract designs.