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Vintage Louis Vuitton shoe suitcase

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kabert, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. kabert

    kabert Senior member

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    tgfny Senior member

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    I have a vintage Goyard one, that is of a more elegant shape, IMo, that I love.
     
  3. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman Senior member

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    That trunk looks pretty beat up.

    In any case, if you can afford a Park Avenue apartment and a Tuscan villa, you don't need to buy "vintage" luggage on eBay. If you're that wealthy and a shoe freak "to boot," then why not swing by the LV store and commission your own shoe trunk?
     
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    tgfny Senior member

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    It'll run ya 15-20k in a good leather. Less in the blingy canvas.
     
  5. kabert

    kabert Senior member

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    (Patrick Bateman @ April 15 2005,10:22) That trunk looks pretty beat up. In any case, if you can afford a Park Avenue apartment and a Tuscan villa, you don't need to buy "vintage" luggage on eBay. If you're that wealthy and a shoe freak "to boot," then why not swing by the LV store and commission your own shoe trunk?
    It'll run ya 15-20k in a good leather. Less in the blingy canvas.
    A bargain considering you may be carrying around $50,000+ in shoes in the case.
     
  6. ATM

    ATM Senior member

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    Better yet, keep a separate collection of shoes at your villa.
     
  7. johnapril

    johnapril Senior member

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    PM the seller.  Tell him/her you'd take it off his/her hands for five bucks.
     
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    Some people prefer to use vintage luggage.

    Marlene Dietrich kept her shoes in a Vuitton trunk under her piano.
     
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    Thracozaag Senior member

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    (Patrick Bateman @ April 15 2005,10:22) That trunk looks pretty beat up. In any case, if you can afford a Park Avenue apartment and a Tuscan villa, you don't need to buy "vintage" luggage on eBay. If you're that wealthy and a shoe freak "to boot," then why not swing by the LV store and commission your own shoe trunk?
    Some people prefer to use vintage luggage. Marlene Dietrich kept her shoes in a Vuitton trunk under her piano.
    My kind of gal. [​IMG] koji
     
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    Koji, I want to come to a concert sometime soon
     
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    All that trunk for 12 pairs of shoes only?
     

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