As a fashion handbag blogger, we have to investigate changes in the industry as they happen. I recently stumbled upon the biggest change this year. Louis Vuitton handbags are being discontinued. I recognized this due to the large amounts of used discontinued Louis Vuitton handbags popping up in the space.
Discontinuing handbags might be the way that Louis Vuitton maintains their values; making them more exclusive and rare as limited editions are released every year. You will find that most of the LV bags that have been discontinued are largely among the monogram styles. There are some specific colors and styles that have been retired as well.
Whatever the case may be, we have found three that are absolutely not going to be around in the coming years. So if you are a fan of these Louis Vuitton styles, you better act fast because they are officially being discontinued. As a precursor to finding discontinued Louis Vuitton handbags, check out the LV pricing guide for better pricing reference.
List of Current Discontinued Louis Vuitton Bags
Louis Vuitton Damier Azur Salina PM
Louis Vuitton Damier Ebene Totally PM
LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Montaigne MM
LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Neo Neverfull PM
LOUIS VUITTON Calfskin Shadow Monogram Danube PM Black
LOUIS VUITTON Monogram Tivoli PM
LOUIS VUITTON Epi Alma PM Black
LOUIS VUITTON Calfskin World Tour City Steamer MM Black
Louis Vuitton Manhattan PM
The Louis Vuitton Manhattan PM tote is being discontinued. It’s is by far one of LV best totes in the monogram series. I did a quick search online and only found used bags.
Pochette Accessoires Monogram
This seemed to be one of LV most popular and easy to carry handbag that is being discontinued. On the LV website it doesn’t seem to have any availability. Do to the price of this handbag you would think LV website would be fully stocked with these. This is a definite indicator that this handbag is being phased out.
Louis Vuitton Mabillon Crossbody
This bag was introduced in 2015, compared to others, it is really young in the handbag space. With its young conception, it easy to speculate that this handbag was probably under preforming for the company standards. It’s not listed anywhere on the Louis Vuitton website at all. So I think it safe to say that the LV Mabillion handbag is retired.
Louis Vuitton Pallas Chain Bag
This is part of the popular Pallas line of Louis Vuitton handbags. Doing a quick search I could not find this handbag on the LV website at all either. Safe to consider the Louis Vuitton Pallas Chain bag retired.
Louis Vuitton GM Looping Monogram
This classic Louis Vuitton monogram toile canvas. The bag features a shoulder strap crafted of rolled natural vachetta cowhide leather that is large and loops from side to side lending the bag its name.
Louis Vuitton Monogram Eva Clutch
The clutch is crafted of a long and thin pouch of sturdy traditional Louis Vuitton monogram toile canvas. The clutch is structured with natural vachetta cowhide leather piping at the sides of the clutch and there is also a detachable shoulder strap of vachetta leather. parties and special events with the right touch of Louis Vuitton luxury and style.
Louis Vuitton Favorite MM
Louis Vuitton Ambre MM Handbag
The Louis Vuitton Monogram Ambre MM is a limited edition piece from the Cruise 2004 Collection. This bag features Monogram printed vinyl trimmed with vachetta leather.
Louis Vuitton Delightful gm Tote
This stylish hobo is finely crafted of classic Louis Vuitton monogram coated canvas. This shoulder bag features a looping vachetta cowhide leather shoulder strap and trim, both complemented with polished brass hardware.
Louis Vuitton Favorite PM NWT Damier Ebene
Louis Vuitton Damier Ebene Berkeley
This classic tote is crafted of Louis Vuitton signature dammer canvas with complimentary chocolate brown rolled leather top handles and brass hardware. Leather embellishment also includes belts with brass buckles, trim, and reinforcement at the bottom corners and sides.
We will be updated this post as we discover more Louis Vuitton handbags that are in the process or has already been continued. So stay tuned.