My “It” Bag for Spring/Summer 2014

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Every season has an “it” bag.

But the ones that get my attention are usually more timeless than trendy. I’ve found one that hits the mark, just before Spring arrives.

Enter the NN14, an update to Louis Vuitton’s storied and iconic Noé bag.

It is part of the Spring/Summer 2014 collection, and available in many beautiful versions.

My faves?

Monogram Idole, for its touch of color, which adds something extra special to the monogram we all know and love.

Cuir Nuance also gets my attention for its quiet elegance. Plus, it’s a Gisele Bündchen favorite.

If you are in the market for a statement handbag, I’d say it’s worth considering.

Do get the NN14 if:

You want to make a good investment. The NN14 is a limited-edition handbag, with a rich, heirloom-worthy history.

You need a bag with ample room. The NN14 is an update on the Noé bag, with a history in spaciousness.
Fast fact: Gaston-Louis Vuitton designed the Noé in 1932, in response to a request from a champagne producer for an elegant way of carrying five bottles of fizz. That’s a lot of room!

You like convenience. Inside the NN14, you’ll find a neat matching removable zippered pocket. It’s perfect for the kind of girl who needs quick access to her most prized valuables, or the type who often misplaces her keys, phone, and other tiny essentials. :)

You’ve got a thing for details.  The NN14 is meticulously crafted, with a hand-pleated leather tassel closure, a Louis Vuitton-embossed leather handle, and the emblematic LV padlock and key bell.

You like to make a statement. This bag is a signature piece: the bucket shape, the features, and its iconic past, make it a sophisticated choice.

If you’re in Barbados, visit Louis Vuitton at Limegrove Lifestyle Centre for pricing and inventory details. Happy shopping!

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