The first thing that makes bags made by Louis Vuitton very special is majorly because of the quality. Now quality is a very wide term as far as things like handbags go; and in the case of bags, the high quality manifests through the choice of the base material from which they are all made, the workmanship through which the LV bag is put together, and ultimately, the bag’s durability.
With regards to choice of material, the base material from which they make the bag is unmistakably leather; and top quality leather at that. Of course, this s ‘highly worked’ leather, that is, leather which has passed through a long tanning and beautification process; with the makers all along knowing that it was later to be employed in the producers of items in which aesthetics matters a lot.
Now the fact that Louis Vuitton bags are made from the purest leather might not set them apart from other bags while they are still on the shop racks – but it when they get into actual day to day use that the fact that Louis Vuitton bags are made from original leather tends to be most manifestly clear; as the bag are able to maintain their sheen while those made from ‘leather that looks like-alike material’ will lose their sheen within few days of use, never to get it back again.
With regards to workmanship, the different basic parts that constitute Louis Vuitton bags are put together with stitching material that is strong but almost invisible, almost making the bags goes a long way towards ensuring their durability.
Another major factor that makes the LV bag special – having discussed about the quality and quality considerations – is the perception that the maker has managed to create one, through things like celebrity endorsement, cogent advertising and other ‘buzz-creating’ factors.