With reference to E. Goyard, there products are horrible looking. They constantly approach me to have something custom made by them, but I obviously decline, as their products look so bad to me. They even offer me absurd discounts, but I am not going to buy something, which looks so bad. I am a firm believer that the most expensive product is not always the best, as is often the case: Mercedes is far better than Rolls Royce or Bentley. Cartier is far better than Rolex or Patek (agreed, Pateks are much better made watches, but Cartier simply look a lot better). Johnnie Walker Green Label is better than Blue Label Johnnie Walker Black Label is better than Glenfiddich Vuitton is better than Goyard But then again, most expensive can also mean the best: Boeing is better than Bombardier (Learjet) is. Kiton, Huntsman, Oxxford, Bijon and Brioni are better than Zegna. Murano is better than Lalique Dom Perignon, and Roderer Crystal are better than Moet & Chandon or Bollinger
When you get into aesthetics and the like, I think a lot of this becomes rather subjective. However, with regard to the level of quality that goes into the "build" of that which at the end of the day is an item intended for somewhat heavy use, there is a certain amount of objectivity that goes into the evaluation. I think I'd like to see the articles compared closely side by side (as to Goyard and LV) to really speak of their respective quality, but I suppose the Goyard gets the exclusivity nod, as it's less available and commercial as LV.