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Friday, December 19, 2008

Louis Vuitton Galliera Riviera Canvas Bag


Are you in the market for a high-priced, kitschy bag for the upcoming resort season? Well look no further than Louis Vuitton to get your fix of this season's most over indulgent handbag. Priced just shy of $2000, the Galliera Riviera, named after the French Riviera (how snobbishly appropriate), is a canvas hobo-style bag that features a rather vibrant illustration of the famed French resort locale, an adjustable leather shoulder strap and an open top with magnetic closure. A plus for this special collection design is the large 20 x 13.5 x 8 size, yet its' generous dimensions cannot make up for what amounts to a very pricey, one-trick-pony of a bag. Still, if you collect LV and have the extra cash to spend, I suppose it'll make a rather cute, attention-grabbing day bag. Just restrict its' use to a cruise ship or the French Riviera itself.

Louis Vuitton Galliera Riviera available for $1940 via eLUXURY

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2 Responses to "Louis Vuitton Galliera Riviera Canvas Bag"
  1. Ruth said...
    Saturday, December 20, 2008

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  2. Julie said...
    Friday, December 26, 2008

    I actually rather like this bag. But yeah it is definitely only for a cruise ship. It seems like a sort of pricey grandmother bag. But with 401Ks like they are I don't thing too many Boca Mamas are going to bite.

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    I am adding you to the blog roll!

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