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Invest in vintage Louis Vuitton luggage, an enduring luxury travel icon. Louis Vuitton first set the luxury goods conglomerate into motion in Paris in 1854, producing stackable and rectangular trunks. This new luggage design stood out from past iterations, which were typically round and less functional. Setting these trunks apart from any other trunks on the market was the brand’s monogram featuring an interlocking L and V alongside rounded, four-leaf flowers. One of the earliest examples of fashion branding, the LV monogram was first used to prevent counterfeiting the brand’s line of travel trunks. The insignia represents innovation, elegance, and desirability and is featured on most vintage Louis Vuitton luggage. Since its arrival, brands like Goyard have famously joined in on the monogram fun.

Louis Vuitton vintage luggage - Shop an exceptional edit of Louis Vuitton luggage and trunks at Chairish. Our in-house style experts have entirely hand-curated our collection; every piece has been vetted for good to excellent quality. Explore our selection to discover trunks in a wide range of sizes. Discover trunks that would be perfect for use as a chic and unique coffee table or a bed bench. We also carry Louis Vuitton briefcases and president trunks that can be refashioned as a table when placed atop a luggage rack.

Rare Louis Vuitton luggage - In addition to the brand’s iconic monogram pieces, our selection also routinely includes early edition trunks by the brand that feature no monogramming. Explore early orange and cognac-covered leather trunks dating to the 1920s and prior. You can also discover pieces covered in non-traditional patterns such as Rayée striped canvas.