What is so ‘exotic’ about the Louis Vuitton Capucine bags?
After 250 steps involving intricacy and carefulness, a Capucine bag is made.
The French high-end luxury fashion business Louis Vuitton consistently creates stylish, high-quality items that exude effortless flair while also deftly incorporating their logos. The maison has given existence to the Louis Vuitton Capucines, a discrete, discreet bag that boasts of ageless elegance.
The Capucines, which was introduced in the Fall/Winter 2013 collection and named after Louis Vuitton’s very first store, Rue Neuve-des-Capucines, has long been regarded as a classic and is treasured by well-known individuals and fashion connoisseurs for its design outline and indisputable usefulness. After 250 steps involving intricacy and carefulness, a Capucine bag is made. Along with the range of exotic leathers utilised, such as crocodile, python, alligator, ostrich, and lizard, the bag is also made of full-grain taurillon calf leather and has had only little chemical processing.
The series is a laudable wardrobe staple that is stylish, adaptable, and subtle. The bag is available in a variety of lovely colours, both plain and shaded, while yet maintaining the softness and sturdiness that have become synonymous with Capucines.
Moreover, the Louis Vuitton Capucines collection screams french savoire faire and deserves to be kept safe as any other heirloom and passed on from generation to generation, as only the skilled craftsmen can make it.