The most recognized shape from Louis Vuitton is their Speedy, a very iconic bag to the brand. And following the Speedy in popularity is the classic Louis Vuitton Alma. The Alma is one of my favorite bags from Louis Vuitton. The shape is as distinctive as they come in the handbag world. It is a true handheld bag which is perfect for the working woman or the trendy gal. Per usual, the Alma has been recreated in every rendition possible, from tacky to stunning. While the Vernis line has not been a line from LV that I covet, it is a coveted line.
Just in for spring is a wide variety of eye-catching Louis Vuitton Vernis Alma colors, including Blue Galactic, Orange Sunset, Green Tonic, Violette, Pomme d Amour, and Amarante. The names of the colors are completely intriguing. In fact, they describe these bold colors beautifully. The Vernis is known for its liquid-like appearance, the embossed patent leather. There is shiny golden brass hardware to accent the bag along with a removable leather key bell and padlock keys. The Alma closes with double zips at the top. The interior is usable and the Alma keeps its shape beautifully, which makes it a great structured handbag choice.
Introduced for the first time in 1985, the Epi leather has always been synonyme of color. To celebrate the iconic leather Louis Vuitton has not only created some new vivid and vibrante colors but has also reissued in limited edition the classic Tricolore Noe. To present this joyful collection the luxury house has tapped french heiress Claire Courtin-Clarins. Shot in black and white by Fabrice Laffont in the street of Paris, we get to see Claire by day and night all Epi geared up. Louis Vuitton’s Epi leather is transformed by color’s magic touch. Vivid, vibrant shades enliven its instantly identifiable grain, turning this enduring classic into a statement of modernity.
It is not often that you see roses lining the concrete jungle. Louis Vuitton Monogram Vernis Roses Alma on a beautiful stranger.
The Alma, dazzles in a dozen new rainbow hues from deep figue to daring fuchsia, spicy piment to zesty citron, striking cyan canard to subtle cacao, crisp menthe to cool gres. Gorgeously glossy, amande electric joins sophisticated patent black and prune. Each colour is a personal manifesto, the most stylish form of self-expression.