The globally respected French Fashion House, Louis Vuitton was established in 1854 in Paris, France. Louis Vuitton Matellier originally crafted travel accessories. It was important to him that his consumers did not purely perceive his products as a status symbol but appreciate it for its functionality. To this day, his blend of style and practicality had remained alive at Louis Vuitton.
The Louis Vuitton Noe was first introduced in 1932, when a Champagne producer commissioned its design in order to stylishly transport bottles in a bag. Noé is French for Noah, who is biblically known for gathering the animals to the ark, but his ability to drink wine should not be forgotten. The Louis Vuitton Noe Bag can hold up to five bottles - with four standing, bottom-down, on its base, and the fifth inverted between them.
The release of the Louis Vuitton Noe Bags came in almost all of the brand’s iconic patterns. The classic monogram on coated canvas is probably the one you will spot most often, but if you want to stand out choose from either their Damier Ebene, Damier Azur, Epi leather, or Multi-color monogram. If you also find the Louis Vuitton Noe too big in size, check out the Louis Vuitton Petit Noe. It has the same iconic features but is smaller in size. The Louis Vuitton Noe Bags have become the it-bag for all Scandinavian girls. Style the Louis Vuitton Noe bag, or Petit Noe with your favorite bottle of bubbly, and toss it in your bike basket.