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Louis Vuitton Taps into the Cargo Trend With the Vibe Bag

It's a vibe...

Few motifs in the fashion world are as ubiquitous as Louis Vuitton’s Monogram. The classic material has been around for well over a century, reimagined time and time again in new shapes and silhouettes. Its presence amongst the street-style set never wavers, and its latest bag is sure to be a hit, combining classic Monogram with one of the season’s biggest trends: the cargo bag.

Inspired by an early 2000s hit, the Viva Cité, the Maison introduced the Vibe Bag earlier this spring. Contemporary and modern with that effortlessly cool appeal we all crave, its distinct shape is a more stylized riff on the classic Pochette Accessoires. Its release is reminiscent of the Multi-Pochette, offering a youthful take on storied Monogram.

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LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Vita Cité MM
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Blurred Lines

Its shape offers little to fuss over, lacking any major frills. Rather, it takes on a utilitarian appeal, characterized by a distinct design. Two front pockets line the bag’s exterior, blurring the lines between function and decoration. Exterior pockets will fit AirPods, a small cardholder, keys, and other small accessories.

Louis Vuitton Vibe Cargo Bag
The Vibe Bag, $2,030. image via @lvxval

The interior is much like that of the Pochette Accessoires, offering one internal slit pocket and a similar interior capacity. The construction of the Vibe differs slightly, with a few elements that add to the bag’s design. The first is the leather panel fitted along the bag’s bottom and side, and the second is an almost invisible exterior back pocket.

The Vibe is fitted with two strap options, a leather strap for chicer outfits and a fabric shoulder strap for sportier days, allowing its wearer to customize the look based on their vibe. Shop the new Vibe Bag via Louis Vuitton, retailing for $2,030.

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Pjhm
Pjhm
9 days ago

This is one of the reasons I don’t sell my bags, never know when a slight redesign will bring it back in fashion.

Caroline
Caroline
9 days ago

Time for me to dust off my 20o3 Multipli Cite then! 🙂

Alexis168
Alexis168
8 days ago

Just change the strap and give it a new name, then you can add $1,000 to the price tag. I’m glad I didn’t sell my bags.

miu miu
miu miu
4 days ago

Why can’t you guys add a photo of the interior? Is it that hard to find one?

Vlad Dusil
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Vlad Dusil
2 days ago
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We’ll see to pull a sample and add interior images at a later point!

Moppetage
Moppetage
3 days ago

It looks like they have now given up on even trying to match the monogram pattern from the edge of the flap to front of the bag. Once a hall mark of all joins on an LV it then became a percentage tolerance and now – nowhere near even trying. As a textile artist this makes me sad as it’s little things like this that elevated the brand from the cheap, mass produced designs of other companies.

James
James
8 days ago

Hey guys, wait to see a Louis Vuitton’s brand new rip sticks in 2025!! Looks like they follow Chanel footsteps 😂