Louis Vuitton Goes on an Neon Trip for its Newest Leather Collection

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Don't tell the wife, but Louis Vuitton reserves a special kind of leather for men. More premium and also thicker, the taiga leather is rugged, relaxed, and sophisticated, so that it can: (1) withstand your temperamental tantrums, (2) not scare off your date, and (3) also serve as the keeper of very important things during a client meeting. 

It's really perfect for men. (Sorry ladies!) 

The French luxury house spins the taiga into a full range. The limited edition Taigarama collection combines the men's leather with the flowers, initials, and symbols of the undying Monogram Canvas—a mix that is new for LV.

Discovery Backpack PM

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This contrasting combo, which has been joined together faultlessly, is applied to its greatest hits: the Keepall for the weekend, the Discovery backpack for your flexible work arrangement, the Horizon luggage for that four-day vacay, and other small goods.

But what's most noticeable are those colors. Consider how the debut collection of Virgil Abloh, the new artistic director for men, featured shoelaces, gloves, vests, and the divisive man harness in an acid-trip yellow, and now, of course, this idea has made its way to the leathers of the leathergoods company. 


Keepall 50B

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Horizon 55 and Outdoor Messenger

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In the set, Louis Vuitton leans into the bright and light with hues that stir up good vibes and make people stare. Just in time for the season of the sun, the colors' names also remind you of gelato: Bahia yellow, Amazon green, Pacific blue. 

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But if you prefer to fly under the radar, Taigarama has you covered. These also come in Antarctic gray and the shadowy palette of the Eclipse. So yeah, it's a win for all (men).

Outdoor Messenger

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Pochette PM and Compact Wallet

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Military Tab and Bracelet Split

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