Louis Vuitton Boccador Bag
In the 15th century, a well-known Italian architect named Domenico da Cortona was hired by the French King Charles VIII. He is responsible for some of the magnificent designs in Paris, for example the church Église Saint-Eustache located in the 1st arrondissement. The street ‘Rue du Boccador’ in the 8e arrondissement is named after him.
And we can also guess why this newest creation is called the Louis Vuitton Boccador Bag. It’s released for the Fall Winter 2018 Collection. What a beauty huh?
The Boccador Bag is the next handle bag to look for. Oh how we love handbags with handle. Especially when they’re small and super cute.
The details on this handbag are inspired by the classic House trunks like the contoured top handle and the magnetic metal lock. The handles are short just like the Metis Pochette Bag.
The trunk-inspired lock might be the next signature. It provides easy access to the belongings while keeping them safe and secure. The shoulder strap can be detached anytime you want, which creates another options for multiple carrying.
Made from Epi Leather, it’s a very promising style as its available in single color and timeless look. The Boccador Bag will compliment to any outfit in your wardrobe.
This bag provides endless of space with simple access. There is a hidden pocket just behind the flap. This pocket is made to quickly grab your stuff whenever you need to. Inside there is also the main compartment including a flat pocket.
The Sizes And Prices
Measuring 9.8’ x 7.5’ x 4.’ Inches, priced at €1680 EUR, £1560 GBP via Louis Vuitton boutique.
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