The ‘Neverfull’ tote by Louis Vuitton was born in
2007 and grew up to acquire an iconic status.
It radiates a bright light from the prism of classic and
timeless bags after several seasons, and more than a decade later.
As the name suggests, it was designed to never be complete and to help women
around the world in the most practical, simple, and voguish etiquette carry their endless daily essentials.
The Louis Vuitton Neverfull is a unique
blend of versatile and functional elements, impeccably crafted.
The tote is spacious but not voluminous, sleek but not delicate, defined
by its ability to embrace almost anything to which you present it.
The Neverfull is the ultimate tote that can be flawlessly accessorised with your
ensembles, seamlessly transitioning itself from day to night, from city errands to holiday escapades.
What really makes Neverfull stand out is undoubtedly the use
of the signature materials, coated canvas and leather of the House.
These materials are the heart of the DNA
of the brand, durable, instantly recognisable, and popular.
In Monogram canvas, Damier Ebene, Damier Azur,
and Epi leather, The Neverfull is mainly published.
In 1896, Georges Vuitton first introduced the distinctive monogram canvas
of The Maison to limit counterfeits and copy its designs.
The distinctive pattern combines the famous initials, quatrefoils, and flowers of
the LV, influenced by the Victorian age’s Oriental and Japanese styles.
In generating the monogram editions,
robust vinyl-coated canvas is used.
Before Louis Vuitton’s monogram version in 1888, the Damier canvas was created
to give his designs an exclusive identity and protect them from being copied.
‘Damier’ in French stands for ‘checkerboard’, which correctly describes the check pattern used
by the company in the design of many of its bags and trunks.
In 1998, in the ‘ebene’ hue, which is
a neutral brown tone, the Damier canvas was reintroduced.
A black coated canvas base printed with a
dual-shaded brown checker is used at the Damier Ebene.
As a new interpretation of the notable Damier canvas, the Damier Azur
was launched in 2006, with the French Riviera serving as its inspiration.
Like the Damier Ebene, the Damier Azur displays a checked pattern, employing
subtle shades of blue and white and the logo sporadically nestled in the boxes.
It too is recognised for
its long-lasting quality and fashionable appeal.
Introduced in 1985, the first leather line
released by Louis Vuitton was Epi leather.
The Epi line has its roots in the 1920s,
when the house made custom travel pieces using grained leather.
It was created in accordance with modern travel requirements and
conditions, keeping in mind the demand for more durable leather.
Scratch-resistant and waterproof, it offers
a two-tone ripple-like graphic display effect.Built to withstand any weather condition, its method involves stamping a textured pattern on
the vegetable-dyed leather and applying a special colour on the surface of the grain.
Epi leather is flexible and robust at the
same time, with a soft and smooth feel.
It is now released in a wide range of rainbow hues and
glossy patent leather versions, initially available in a limited range of colours.
Different Neverfull Sizes
The Neverfull is mainly available in three sizes, PM, MM, and GM,
allowing you to choose the best piece for your lifestyle and needs.
PM: The smallest of the three sizes is the PM (29 x 21 x 12 cm)
or the ‘Petit Modele’ and is convenient for running daily errands, city walks, or dining with friends.
MM: The medium-sized MM (31 x 28 x 14 cm) or the ‘Moyen Modele’ is the right
fit when it comes to creating a balance between not being too big and not being too small.
It can be used very well for carrying it to work
and is the perfect bag with a spacious interior for everyday use.
GM: The largest of them all is the GM
(39 x 32 x 19 cm) or the ‘Grand Modele’.
Apt for travel, as a mom’s diaper bag, or as
your shopping pal, it can essentially accommodate everything and more!