Since Louis Vuitton is a French brand, majority of their handbag names are also in French. Some people struggle pronouncing them. That includesme until I stumbled upon this video by Janka of Jankasphere Fashion Blog.
Names in order: Louis Vuitton, Damier, Vernis, Mini Lin, Multicolore, Mahina, Epi, Suhali, Nomade, Tahitiennes, Olympe, Shearling, Mini Lin Croisette, Rubis, Tissé, Bonbon, Motard, Watercolor, Galliera, Montorgueil, Palermo, Speedy, Tivoli, Alma, Popincourt, Batignolles, Cabas Piano, Deauville, Trouville, Sac Plat, Boulogne, Tulum, Noé, Trocadéro, Amazone, Danube, Griet, Cabas Mezzo, Papillon, Sac Bosphore, Saumur, Nil, Pegase, Abbesses, Sologne, Musette, Reporter, Nice, Ellipse, Pochette, Pochette Florentine, Saleya, Duomo, Trevi, Ribera, Ravello, Naviglio, Bastille, Sabana, Chelsea, Belem, Melville, Illovo, Musette, Olav, Bellevue, Reade, Sac à Dos, Saumur, Jasmine, Passy, Soufflot, Bourget, Pont-Neuf, Monceau, Pochette Accessoires, Le Superbe, Le Confident, Le Précieux, Le Talentueux, Le Fabuleux, L’Ingénieux, Aumônière Multicolore, Rayures, Papillon Frame, Jamais.
Hope you found this video helpful as I did.
Please note that this video is not mine nor I take credit for it. I just want to share the info with my readers.