Some time ago, we had the privilege to offer a Louis Vuitton Centenaire piece here on our side. It was a leopard print haircalf Alma bag, designed by Azzedine Alaïa for Louis Vuitton.

This bag was part of the “1896.1996 EDITION CENTENAIRE” collection. It was a huge crossover project to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of LV’s monogram.

Intriguingly, this bag comes with its very own grooming kit, in a matching leopard print monogram pouch!

Guess what are in the grooming kit:

Comb, with sleeve
Guerlain powder, with sleeve
Lipstick (missing), with sleeve
Condom (marked specimen), with sleeve

This is truly something that Louis Vuitton would never do again today, thus that’s a remarkable part of LV’s history.

Inside the Alma bag, it has an embossed Alaïa label which resembles the designer’s signature label on clothes. It was also numbered to indicate that this is a limited made piece and traceable.

We had the pleasure to offer this bag to a client who truly appreciate this unique bag at the unbeatable lowest price in the international market.

Furthermore, the bag was kept in pristine condition and with only little signs of storage!

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