The Louis Vuitton Eden Bag was released in the house’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Though the Eden is a classic crossbody, it features some detailing that gives it a unique flair and sets it apart.
While it is also available in Epi leather, the Eden is most popularly crafted of monogram canvas, which is contrasted by colored calfskin leather sides. With options from a neutral tan to a bright berry, you can personalize your Eden bag to best fit your style.
The Louis Vuitton Eden has a crossbody strap that is both adjustable and removable. Shorten it to sling the bag over your shoulder or remove it altogether and grip the bag by its top handle.
Inspired by Louis Vuitton’s heritage of travel, the Eden features elements from some of its most iconic pieces of luggage. Borrowed from the Steamer Bag, which was designed in 1901 to accommodate shorter trips, the Eden has a structured Vachetta handle. Like many other bags in the house’s range, the Eden closes with a tumbler lock, which was originally designed to keep travelers’ belongings safe from thieves in the Steamer Trunk.
The Eden opens to an accordion-style main compartment, which is divided into three sections. Need even more space for your essentials? Store them in one of the bag’s small zipper pockets.
Upon its initial release, the Louis Vuitton Eden Bag was offered in the PM and MM sizes. While both were discontinued in 2015, the PM was re-offered for a limited time in 2018.
No longer available in stores, the Eden Bag is a rare vintage find. Shop secondhand, so you can add this style to your collection!