Louis Vuitton brings bags of class to Tel Aviv

At present, the room features the Rare and Exotic Collection, a group of handbags made with variations of animal skin and Louis Vuitton canvas. The collection also features the most expensive bag in the store, the Bowling handbag. At NIS 70,000, the Bowling is made of Louis Vuitton canvas, python and crocodile skins. We have one of the seven VIP rooms [in the world] because there was such a demand here, Louis Vuitton Purses Ayelet Dobkin, a publicist for Louis Vuitton said. This store is three times bigger than the first Louis Vuitton store built in Israel. Louis Vuitton Sales Associate Asaf Mizrahi agreed that it was vital to add the exclusivity to the Ramat Aviv store. One of the core values of Louis Vuitton, he said, is rarity. Its why they dont overstock the store, only receiving one or two of each of the bags that they hold in the back. One example of this is the iconic Speedy bag in blue.

Because Louis Vuitton Handbags Weren’t Expensive Enough…

Well, looks like the brand finally has caught on to you, since theyve reportedly been jacking up prices on the sly since the beginning of the year. According to Reuters , broker HSBC sent out a memo to clients informing them that the French house has increased prices on their non-leather handbags by ten percent in Europe, ten percent or more in the U.S. and U.K., and five to ten percent in Asia. So while your coveted calfskin checkerboard Speedy should be safe at a reasonable (*cough*) three grand, that canvas tote you were hemming and hawing over a few months back may just be a bit more of a splurge than you thought. According to analysts estimates, canvas items make up about two thirds of the brands total accessories sales, and yield higher gross margins than do leather goods, meaning Vuitton stands to make more money off of each non-leather handbag they produce.

Chanel In China Is Most Sought-After Fashion Brand, According To World Luxury Index

The latest Roman Empire to fall is Louis Vuitton , left in the dust by Chanel . According to the World Luxury Index, Chanel is now the most sought-after brand in China. Previously, Louis Vuitton had held the top slot, but Digital Luxury Group, the company that conducted the market research, claims that Chanel’s edge in the lucrative beauty industry pushed it ahead. (Louis Vuitton currently has no stake in beauty.) It’s no wonder Chanel is all the rage in China. Aside from hawking some pretty covetable bags and perfumes, the fashion house has been a model for many of its competitors with its emphasis on exclusivity , especially when it comes to China. After the company opened stores in Shanghai last year, Chanel’s president of fashion, Bruno Pavlovsky, told CNN: “We try to get the best three boutiques in Shanghai instead of having 10 boutiques.” Are you listening, Louis Vuitton? Perhaps you just need to launch a fragrance and play a little hard to get so that you can get back into China’s good graces.

Welcome To Poland’s First Louis Vuitton Store: “Open Your Bag Please”

A buyer often behaves irrationally, so there is no way to tell who will buy what in the Warsaw store, explains Eggs. “I visited our shop in the south of Italy once. There was a young boy, at most 16 years old, who came to buy a leather belt for his mother. The few hundred euros he paid were mostly in change he had been saving the money for two years. When you witness that kind of situation you understand that the age, the education or the income arent the most important factors for our brand, he says. The label is strong enough to have a very simple sale strategy: no sales, no discounts and no outlets. Products are available only in the Luis Vuitton stores.

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