Louis Vuitton’s Neverfull bag has been very popular since it was launched many years ago. For Summer 2013, Louis Vuitton has reinvented the Neverfull bag with the “Articles de voyages” motif. The new Neverfull is different than traditional Neverfull Monogram. First, it comes with colored leather trim and handle. Second, it has ikat flowers design on the interior. Third, it has “Articles de voyages” text and motif on the outside of the bag.
The Neverfull Monogram for “Articles de voyages” is available in two sizes: Neverfull MM (medium) and Neverfull GM (large). And there are three hues to choose from: Rose Velours, Indian Rose, and Grand Bleu.
The Neverfull Monogram bag for “Articles de voyages” is very eye-catching. The first time I saw it was during a private styling event at a Louis Vuitton store. I love its design with colored trim and the print inside and outside of the bag. The three available shades are ideal for the warm weather, and the flower print inside of the bag complements the simple Article de voyages print outside of the bag well. My first impression of the bag was that it is delightful and refreshing.
The Neverfull is perfect for travelling and Summer. I have a Neverfull in Damier Ebene (bought when it was first launched in November 2008), which has been one of my travel essentials for overseas (such as Taipei, Beijing, and Shanghai). The bag is light and versatile. I can fit it in my suitcase easily. I can also carry my essential items when I am out and about. I also use the bag when I hit the beaches in California.
Several of my friends asked me if the thin straps of the bag are strong enough to hold the weight once you put all your items inside. I can say from my personal experience that the straps are very sturdy.
If you’ve never owned a Neverfull and are thinking about getting one, the Neverfull Monogram for “Articles de voyages” collection is a great way to start. Even if you already have a Neverfull in a different material, I think it would be worthwhile to invest in the new Article de voyages.