Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton began making trunks as an apprentice at 16, in 1837, eventually opening his own workshop near the Place Vendome in 1854. Vuitton enjoyed early success and introduced several innovations that helped to popularize his trunks. Their monogram canvas was introduced in 1896, and the company began using leather for their products from the 1940s onward. To celebrate the centenary of the monogram canvas in 1996, Louis Vuitton invited Azzedine Alaïa, Manolo Blahnik, Romeo Gigli, Helmut Lang, Isaac Mizrahi, Sybilla and Vivienne Westwood to design bags using its signature textile – an unprecedented move for the time that set off a new era of collaborations for the brand. In 1997, Louis Vuitton named Marc Jacobs as its artistic director, and the following year he created the company's first prêt-à-porter lines of clothing. In his time there, Jacobs invited artists Stephen Sprouse, Julie Verhoeven, Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince and Yayoi Kusama to design prints for their famous bags. Pharrell Williams also collaborated with Louis Vuitton in 2004 and 2008 to create sunglasses and jewellery. Other collaborators have included Rei Kawakubo, Supreme, and Jeff Koons. Nicholas Ghesquière has held the title of artistic director of womenswear since 2013. Among Vuitton’s previous men's artistic directors are Kim Jones, from 2011 to 2018, followed by Virgil Abloh. In 2023, Pharrell Williams was named for the role.

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Condition Chart

VSP Consignment's collection is hand-selected by our stylists to include pieces that are masterfully crafted, versatile, and contemporary. Although many of our pieces are pre-owned, we strive to collect items of excellent condition but on occasion, there may be slight signs of wear. On pieces which do not include the size and fabric tag, we make an educated guess to the best of our ability and it is noted in the description. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding an item you are interested in.

NWT | New with Tags

Item has original sales tags attached and/or packaging and has never been worn.


This item is pre-owned; no visible flaws have been found.

Very Good

This item is pre-owned with minor signs of natural wear and tear. These will be noted in the condition description. May include but not limited to signs of laundering/dry cleaning.


This item is pre-owned with multiple flaws and/or signs of wear. These will be noted in the condition description. May included but not limited to, signs of abrasion, pilling, and tears on seams. Flaws are most likely repairable or already repairs. Still wearable with care.


This indicates that the item is a collectible circa twenty years or prior. Natural distressing, if any, is characteristic to the beauty of use. It is still in good condition for an item from a previous time. Any specific flaws will be noted on individual listings.

As Is

If a piece is marked “As Is” its condition has been taken into account when determining its value and price adjustments will not be made. All flaws will be listed under each item’s description. Items marked “As Is” are final sale.


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