Louis Vuitton handbags Paris Fashion Week spring summer 2011 (Photos)

Louis Vuitton created smooth leather clutches that mixed multiple colors together. The Louis Vuitton clutches were rectangular in shape and roomy enough to fit normal, daytime purse essentials. LV also featured a small chain strap on a few of the clutches which allowed the handbag to be worn as a daytime clutch or shoulder bag. The chain strap actually dresses up the clutches making the handbag more of a day into evening bag. There were also shoulder bags on Louis Vuitton’s runway which were small in size and slightly square in shape. The shoulder bags offered long chain straps and most of them were free of logos. Louis Vuitton’s line of shoulder bags and clutches fit right into the current trend of the daytime clutch and the long shoulder strap on handbags. To see highlights of the handbag collection, please click on the slideshow to your left.

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With bleach blond hair and bold red lips, the look is edgy and nearly gothic, but strikingly beautiful. By Rheana Murray / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 4:04 PM Louis Vuitton Michelle Williams makes Louis Vuittons W bag look even better. With porcelain skin and dark red lips, Michelle Williams made her debut as the fierce new face of Louis Vuitton. The actress will show off two of the luxury brand’s latest handbags the W and the Capucines in striking ads for the fashion house’s fall/winter 2013-14 campaign. Williams, 32, follows in the footsteps of A-listers like Madonna, Scarlett Johansson and Gisele Bundchen, who have all worked with the brand. Louis Vuitton Michelle Williams as the newest face of Louis Vuitton. The campaign is slated to break in Marie Claire France next month, and worldwide in September and October.

Louis Vuitton Purse Stolen From Car in Park Slope Gas Station, Police Say

Pic: Bill Hearne Source: News Limited Three thieves have been arrested during a break and enter into the Louis Vuitton store on George Street, Sydney. Police received calls to the business to find the offenders inside the store. Pic: Bill Hearne Source: News Limited POLICE made a dramatic arrest early yesterday in a “rat maze” of fire escapes in the city after brazen thieves attempted to rob Sydney’s Louis Vuitton store for the second time this year. The nab – described by top brass as “really excellent work” – came shortly before 1am after three men forced their way into the George Street entrance of the building using a sledge hammer. The ram raid caused an alarm to sound and within minutes police had locked down the building, with the three unarmed bandits trapped inside. “The whole block was surrounded by flashing lights,” said City Central Insp Sean Leary.

Police foil robbery at Louis Vuitton’s city store after three men use sledge hammer to break in

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Michelle Williams is striking as the new face of Louis Vuitton handbags

Photo: Ben Rushton It was to be Sydney’s latest ”glam raid” – $400,000 worth of handbags and other luxury accessories stolen from Louis Vuitton’s flagship city store. With a stolen Audi parked out the front for their getaway, three would-be thieves allegedly smashed a side door of the George Street premises just after 12.45am on Thursday to gain entry and grabbed all they could. But in doing so they set of an alarm and within five minutes police were at the store, which was the target of a successful ram raid in February. Officers surrounded the area but it still took another hour before the three were caught. They were allegedly found with their haul Louis Vuitton Purses of handbags in the basement car park trying to steal another car. His friend and fellow Brothers For Life gang member Yehya Amoud was shot dead in the same attack.

Trio in court after police foil alleged handbags ‘glam raid’

She returned home, fell asleep, and woke up the next morning to find valuables missing from her apartment. The property stolen from the apartment, on Lincoln Place and Sixth Avenue, included a $2,000 Fender mandolin, a MacBook pro laptop, a bottle of Hudson whiskey, $5 in quarters, and a plant with purple flowers. More than $15,000 in equipment was swiped from a Degraw Street construction office on July 28. Burglars forced their way into the office and stole three Nikon cameras, lenses, light meters, a drill set, a Toshiba satellite laptop, and other valuables. A Park Slope man discovered a would-be burglar with a crack pipe in his building’s basement recently, according to a police report.


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