Taiga wheeled Pegasus with outside pocket and removable garment cover; Utah Commanche weekend bag. (Click image to enlarge)
Today, Louis Vuitton is as known for its least-monogrammed pieces as it was for its most. Following the introduction of the company’s Epi leather line was the merger of Moët et Chandon and Hennessey with Louis Vuitton, creating the largest luxury goods conglomerate in the world, LVMH. The company’s Taiga leather line—launched in 1993—was specifically created for a range of men’s luggage and travel accessories. In 1997, designer Marc Jacobs joined the company to take it to yet another level.
It has been maintained that motorcyclists are part of another privileged class of travelers with a heightened taste for adventure and exploration. Vuitton tempts that instinct with its strong, masculine Taiga, Nomad, and Utah collections that ride along with the best.
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