Louis Vuitton Bleecker Box Bag

The Bleecker Box was created in 1998, but then it got discontinued somehow. Louis Vuitton is bringing the Bleecker Box Bag back to live, but with some tweak.

The Discontinued Bleecker Bag in 1998
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The Bleecker Box in 1998 was crafted in Monogram Vernis. The latest Bleeker Box is available in Epi Leather and Monogram Vernis, and there is more to tell…

The Design

The Bleecker Box is a reinterpretation of the House’s historic trunk design. That explains the boxed shape with sharp edges. The iconic S-lock crafted in the center is also inspired by the classic trunk.

Comparing to the 1998 version, the new Bleecker Box is built with a thicker top handle. It also features a chic key belt. And because the bag is quite small, it also comes with a removable and adjustable strap that allows hand or cross body carry.

The Monogram Vernis version is made from patent cowhide leather while the Epi is crafted from grained-cowhide leather.

The Interior

Open the box to see what’s in the inside. There is 1 main compartment including an inside mirror. It’s the perfect cute mini bag for day to night.

The Sizes And Prices

Measuring 4.7’ x 4.7’ x 4.7’ (L x H x W) inches, priced at $3150 USD, $3950 CAD, €2300 EUR, £2140 GBP, $26100 HKD, $4150 AUD, ¥371520 JPY, 23200 CNY via Louis Vuitton boutiques.

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