Latest Obsession: The Louis Vuitton Neverfull Tote in Contrast Epi Leather

I have a small confession to make: I’ve never really gotten the Louis Vuitton Neverfull Tote. Sure, I can recognize that it’s both a beloved classic bag and a great, functional option for those who need to carry a lot, but it’s never been a bag that sparked much personal interest in me. I’m not a tote bag person in general, so my affections have always run more toward Vuitton’s single-strap shoulder bags and crossbodies. All it took was some pink detailing, though, and I’m all aboard the Neverfull bandwagon.

Part of the Neverfull’s appeal is that its simplicity makes it a perfect canvas for variation, embellishment and seasonal adornment without sacrificing functionality. It’s been emblazoned with everything from Yayoi Kusama’s signature dots to Jeff Koons’s, well…whatever it was he did. The wide open space of a Neverfull side panel holds endless possibility.

With this version, though, the devil is in the details (and mostly inside the bag itself). Louis Vuitton’s hardy Epi leather is usually a single-tone material, but lately, Vuitton has been releasing some of its Epi bags with contrasting interiors and edge paint. The contrasting interior is something I’ve loved since Mansur Gavriel made it its signature when the brand debuted in 2013, and since then, nearly every brand has imitated the look. In this instance, though, LV takes it one step further my extending the neon pink interior to the bag’s edges, which is what I love the best. The move sharpens the lines of the bag’s iconic structure and makes the whole thing feel new all over again. If I were in the market for a tote, this version of the Neverfull would be at the top of my list.

Buy through Louis Vuitton for $2,050. This version is the MM; if you want something similar but with a more subdued color combination, the bag is also available in deep purple with pale pink accents.

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Celebs Go Abroad with Bags from Givenchy, Gucci, & Chanel

The annual celebrity Cannes crawl has begun. Stars who merely exist to walk red carpets in perpetuity all had ample paparazzi coverage at the Nice airport this week, as did everyone who came and went from the afterparty for Sean Combs’ documentary: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story. Was it the hottest documentary premiere afterparty ever? That’s probably an easy yes—I imagine the majority of them are pretty glum affairs. In any case, Gucci and Chanel are the jet-setting celebrity handbag favorites this week, and usually every week.

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Check Out Louis Vuitton’s Brand New Cruise 2018 Bags, Straight From the Runway

The fashion industry has always been tied up in one way or another with other aesthetic pursuits like art and architecture, and no brand has explored those intersections as ardently in the past decade as Louis Vuitton. The brand has collaborated with legendary architect Frank Gehry on both buildings and accessories, and this weekend, LV took its Cruise 2018 show on the road to the I.M. Pei-designed Miho Museum outside Kyoto, Japan. The clothes reflected designer Nicolas Ghesquiere’s twin interests in both architecture and Japanese culture, and the results were beautiful.

We have yet to locate any side-shot images of the bags, which are more readily available during the traditional fashion week shows of spring and fall, but because of the kinds of bags Vuitton shows, many of them are plenty visible from the straight-on runway shots. The lineup includes variations on the popular Speedy, as well as circular bags reminiscent of hat boxes and flap bags adorned with cartoon faces, created alongside legendary Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto. Check them all out below.

[Photos via Vogue Runway]

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