The 10 Most Popular Louis Vuitton Bags of All Time

As evidenced by price alone, designer handbags are for life. Like a classic black blazer or a tried-and-true camel trench, a designer bag is a wardrobe stalwart that's immune to industry trends. Of course, this reality should be taken into account when selecting your new prized possession. First and foremost, it's important to consider the intended use. For example, are you looking for a smaller weekend bag or a larger everyday bag that can house all of your essentials? Intention aside, you should see yourself using this bag for the next decade (and beyond). Think about which print, style, and colors will age well, both from a trend perspective and a personal-style perspective.

Of course, a classic Louis Vuitton bag is a foolproof option. The iconic French fashion house has been designing time-honored trunks and handbags since the late 19th century. Owning a classic Louis Vuitton bag is like owning a piece of fashion history. If you're set on the timeless French brand, we support your decision. Below, continue your research and read up on the most popular Louis Vuitton bags of all time.

Louis Vuitton Speedy


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The Louis Vuitton Speedy bag is one of the house's most iconic styles. Designed in 1930 in response to the decade's rapid transportation advances, the compact Speedy is lightweight, easy to travel with, and big enough to hold your essentials. A designated "house icon," the Speedy is an unquestionable asset to any wardrobe.

Louis Vuitton Alma


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Designed by Louis Vuitton's grandson Gaston-Louis Vuitton in 1934, the Alma bag was named after the Alma Bridge, which connects two renowned Paris neighborhoods over the Seine. This is the most structured of the iconic LV bags, featuring a sturdy leather bottom, protective studs, and rolled leather handles. 

Louis Vuitton Neverfull


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Introduced in 2007, the Neverfull bag is a fan favorite. It quickly became one of the most popular Louis Vuitton bags and joined the brand's exclusive list of house icons. It's incredibly spacious, making it a great everyday bag and an essential travel companion. 

Louis Vuitton Twist


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The latest addition to the brand's house icons section, the Twist is a modern day-to-evening bag emblazoned with bold LV hardware. Outfitted with a short chain hand strap and a leather crossbody strap, the Twist is just as versatile as stylish. This minimalist handbag is made with signature Epi leather and comes in dozens of colors and sizes.

Louis Vuitton Petite Boite Chapeau


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While a brand-new Louis Vuitton Petite Boite Chapeau bag will set you back $4600, it was inspired by the brand's iconic hatbox. A small and compact bag, this one-of-a-kind LV purse made quite a splash in the street style scene when it was released in late 2018.

Louis Vuitton Looping Bag


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The discontinued Looping bag is now a sought-after Louis Vuitton vintage piece. Released in 2002 for a comparatively affordable $1030, the Looping bag now goes for roughly $600 to $2000 on resale sites such as Farfetch, Rebag, and eBay. With an arched Vachetta leather handle and the house's classic monogram coated canvas, the Looping bag will never go out of style.

Louis Vuitton Pochette Accessoires Bag


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The Pochette Accessoires bag is a slightly larger interpretation of a toiletry bag. Outfitted with a leather or chain strap, the Pochette Accessoires is large enough to fit a Zippy Wallet and other small essentials. While you can still shop this bag on the Louis Vuitton website, this style is a highly sought-after vintage piece. You can find one online for as low as $400. 

Louis Vuitton Capucines Bag


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Another house icon is the Capucines, which was named after Rue des Capucines in Paris, where Louis Vuitton opened his first shop in 1854. Crafted from full-grain Taurillon leather, crocodilian leather, or soft lambskin, this bag is luxury at its finest. The BB, PM, and mini Capucines are popular among the fashion set. 

Louis Vuitton Noé Bag


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When asked by a champagne producer to design a sturdy bag large enough to transport five bottles of champagne, Gaston-Louis Vuitton created the Noé bag. Released in 1932, this bucket bag is a true Louis Vuitton classic. It now comes in six sizes and styles: the NéoNoé, the Nano Noé, the Petit Noé, the Noé BB, the Noé Backpack, and the Noé Pouch.

Louis Vuitton Petite Malle Bag


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Similar to the Petite Boite Chapeau, the Petite Malle bag was inspired by classic Louis Vuitton trunks—down to the monogram canvas and gold-toned lock and fittings. This versatile bag can be carried as a clutch or crossbody using the detachable strap. 

This article was published at an earlier date and has been updated.

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