For his Spring/Summer 2021 show, Louis Vuitton’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière introduced an emblematic shoe, the Pillow Boot, which instantly became a hit. Now, inspired by the Pillow Boot itself, Louis Vuitton introduces a new line of handbags, outfitting some of its most iconic silhouettes in pillowy, puffy nylon.

New Pillow Bags, New Sustainable Material

The line expands upon the House’s continued efforts of environmental responsibility. Each piece is crafted from ECONYL®, a recycled Nylon fiber, furthering the House’s commitment to a sustainable creative strategy. This unique material is environmentally friendly, but it also provides durability and enhanced comfort due to its incredible lightness.

For this collection, Louis Vuitton chose some of its most beloved silhouettes, like the Onthego, Speedy, and Multi-Pochette, plus a pillow-style backpack. A new classic for the brand, the Twist, appears with a recycled nylon strap. In keeping with the line’s spirit of sustainability, a leather patch, sewn from existing stocks, is sewn inside each model, bearing a signature LV logo. As a whole, the four nylon silhouettes contain 90% sustainably sourced materials, which is a notable accomplishment for the House. Additionally, the Monogram canvas details are made from a pattern that minimizes offcuts.

The collection consists of mostly earth tones, complimenting the puffy nylon material, which is embroidered with the brand’s iconic LV logo and classic Monogram flowers. However, if you’re looking for a bag that pops, there’s also the bright pink Multi-Pochette version. These fun, on-trend iterations of Louis Vuitton’s fan-favorite silhouettes are sure to be a big hit.

Pricing and Availability

  • Onthego GM – $3,250
  • Speedy Bandouliere – $2,100
  • Maxi Multi-Pochette – $2,430
  • Backpack – $2,930

LV Pillow launched in stores on October 29th, and is coming soon to louisvuitton.com. Discover below.

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JaimeG
JaimeG
6 months ago

Those prices and Nylon…this can’t be equivalent to fine leather. I’ll pass.

Kimberly Eley
Kimberly Eley
6 months ago
Reply to  JaimeG

i’m with you

KatherineS16
KatherineS16
6 months ago
Reply to  JaimeG

exactly what I said lol only a dummy would buy this

Sandy
Sandy
6 months ago
Reply to  JaimeG

Agreed!

psny15
psny15
6 months ago

Yikes leave it to LV to make the ugliest version of a trend

Jeffers
Jeffers
6 months ago
Reply to  psny15

My thoughts exactly. It’s hideous.

MickeyDs
MickeyDs
6 months ago
Reply to  psny15

LMFAO

KatherineS16
KatherineS16
6 months ago

its NYLON, people! one of the cheapest materials out there. regardless who stamps their name/logo on it. Dont be an idi0t and buy actual LEATHER. they are laughing all the way to the bank on this because the COST to make 1 bag was about $20 lol

Amazona
Amazona
3 months ago
Reply to  KatherineS16

If you want a nylon bag and not leather, then buy nylon. Just don’t be silly and pay 50 times the price of what a sensible person will pay for a nylon bag…

Anika
Anika
6 months ago

They must be having a laugh at LV HQ!

Charlotte
Charlotte
6 months ago

I agree with sustainability, but the price needs to be “sustainable” too!

Renée B
Renée B
6 months ago

😀 No thanks. Rather save up for some real leather that looks fab.

Valvanuz Garcia-oliva
Valvanuz Garcia-oliva
6 months ago

I love it. We want sustainable options of luxury trends. Besides, I avoid leather for the ethical aspect of it. No need to use animals to look good. Bravo to LV

Pat
Pat
25 days ago

I see reasons with you, it mustn’t always be what it has ever been.

K D
K D
6 months ago

Can they make it sustainable and nice looking?

Tr tr
Tr tr
6 months ago

These bags are truly hideously ugly! That tan crap looks like something that came out of a baby bottom!! And they are really not going sustainable. If they really were they would be ramping up canvas production and ramping down leather production and they’re going in the other direction. It’s too bad because LV will never be H when it comes to leather bags. I’m really disappointed they’re not doing a sustainable thing they already excel out more often. This collection is an epic fail as far as I’m concerned🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮

Alyssa
Alyssa
6 months ago

Not a fan!!!!

Ed B
Ed B
6 months ago

I actually have no obsession with buying leather – I’ll happily support more sustainable materials. And in regards to nylon costing less – even if ethical nylon was dirt cheap, we never pay the actual price for these luxury items anyway. You telling me a leather bag of theirs costs thousands of dollars just cause of the leather cost? Of course not.

that said, these are ugly, sorry LV.

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