A practical white handbag? We understand that you’re skeptical, but we are referring to the wonders of epi leather.
The Louis Vuitton textured hide was introduced in 1985. Known for the variety of bold colors, they’re a great alternative to the company’s monogram and damier — equally as recognizable without the overt brand logo.
Epi is dyed all the way through and extremely durable — designed for use in modern travel conditions. (It always comes back to its luxury travel heritage for LV.) That means that it wipes off with a simple polishing cloth or spot cleaned with white eraser and it stays shiny. It also doesn’t show wear as easily.
If you’re still not convinced that you can have a bag such as this ivory Pont Neuf GM, you can try red, yellow, black or butterscotch-y tan. A logo-free statement bag that is just loud enough.