Louis Vuitton Leather Neverfull Pictures

And with its cavernous interior, versatile side drawstrings to adjust the shape of the bag, and impeccable construction (this is Louis Vuitton, after all), it might just be the perfect carryall. So you can imagine our excitement when we learned that for the first time, the iconic French brand released a collection of Neverfull totes in a dazzling array of colored Epi leather. Now, you may be asking what’s so hot about Epi leather, especially since it’s ribbed and structured rather than soft and supple. That raised texture means that it can withstand a beating (read: this bag knows how much it’s going to be used, and it’s ready to last a lifetime). But the best part about this new collection just may be the colors. You can now get a Neverfull in seven hues, from bright blue to deep red and brilliant orange. If there’s a way to add an instant burst of chromatic personality to your outfit, this is it. We love the idea of the blue for Summer perfectly paired with a white sundress but if you’re looking to get a little more mileage out of your bag, we could totally see carrying the purple or red Neverfull straight into Fall. Priced at $1,990, these bags certainly aren’t cheap, but remember how we said they would last a lifetime? Consider the investment and browse the full collection in stores and online , available now.

Stylebook Snapshot: My Other Bag totes

London carry all by My Other Bag, $50 at www.myotherbag.com.

London carry all by My Other Bag, $50 at http://www.myotherbag.com. Click image to enlarge By Sara Bauknecht/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Can’t afford a Louis Vuitton or Chanel-style handbag? Now fashionistas can have the look of a designer purse (without the price!), plus the size and durability of a recyclable grocery bag with My Other Bag, a line of totes and carryalls with illustrations of designer purses printed on them. Founder and creative director Tara Martin started the collection after her home city of Santa Monica, Calif., banned plastic grocery bags. Other than lugging around an ordinary bag, she wanted something that was not only practical but also fashionable.

LVMH Lipstick Growing Bigger Than Bags as Vuitton Slows: Retail

However, the chairman and CEO of LVMH Group whose name is Bernard Arnault has also said that the strength of authentic louis vuitton bags the euro and some of the currency exchange rates may lead to higher fees which would be charged by LVMH. The company has also said that the price growth of Louis Vuitton products such as Louis Vuitton Bags in Japan was this brand’s largest growth in its own history. This price increasing is to offset the impact from weaker of yen on sales of LV products such as louis vuitton handbags. In addition to protecting of the profits for the selling for the LV products, the increasing of price must be visible. In our opinion, this would be means for LV to accelerate their reposition of their products such as Louis Vuitton Bags in the market.

The price of LV products such as Louis Vuitton Bags has had some increasing

Yet Sephora and DFS keep growing. New stores in Shanghai and Hong Kong fueled a 17 percent gain in first-quarter comparable sales at the Selective Retailing division as the regions nascent middle class splurged on goods like Bobby Brown cosmetics and Johnnie Walker whisky. LVMH declined to make executives available to discuss the business. Wide Appeal Providing a broad range of skincare and fragrances has been key to Sephoras success since it was founded in 1969. Acquired by LVMH in 1997, it has become the worlds biggest beauty retailer, with about 1,300 shops in 27 countries. Sephora plans to open about 120 stores a year through 2017, Sanford Bernstein estimates. Theres no multibrand competitor that covers as many regions as Sephora, and rivals such as Ulta in the U.S. and Nocibe SA in France lack the resources it enjoys with backing from LVMH. Sephora has 27 percent of the beauty retail market in France, 12 percent in the U.S. and 15 percent in China, Sanford Bernstein says.

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