Top 10 The Ultra Popular Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis Bag Today Comes in Three More Colours Replica Bags Clearance

In case you missed them, you might want to make one of these your next new bag

We normally don’t devote full posts to things as picayune as new colors being added to an existing bag’s lineup, but not every bag is as popular as the Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis. Although the style wasn’t launched as a big public push by LV, shoppers love it so much that the original monogram version can be difficult to pick up in stores, and as a result, the brand now releases a few new versions every season.

The first all-leather version of the bag, in monogram empreinte, debuted in March 2017 with four colors, and since then, the brand has added three more that we wanted to make sure you knew about. Of the three, only the new beige color called Papyrus is a super-recent addition, and it appears to replace the lighter cream-colored version that was included in the bag’s debut. The other two, which have been available for a couple months, are a deep pink color that replaces the previous pastel version of the color in the lineup, as well as black. The bags all have tonal cloth interiors, and they’re all in the Pochette Metis’s original size.

Based on the “call for availability” notes on all the colors on Louis Vuitton’s website, it seems as though these colors are just as popular as all the other versions of this super-coveted fan favorite. Take a look at them below.

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Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis Bag
$2,140 via Louis Vuitton

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Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis Bag
$2,140 via Louis Vuitton

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Louis Vuitton Pochette Metis Bag
$2,140 via Louis Vuitton

The Millefeuille’s title is borrowed from a famous French dessert that uses three layers of puff pastry to form its own structure, and suitably, the bag of the identical name uses three chief compartments for its own. The front and back compartments are line in contrasting colours of microfiber with monogram canvas exteriors, while the central compartment is in a third colour of calf leather. The outside compartments are largely open on the top ( front one opens with a turnlock that pokes through to the bag’s exterior), while the centre portion is sealed with double zippers.The existence of the three different compartments is the Millefeuille’s primary design feature–both outside monogram components have another colour of leather in their side to help make them more visually different, and the tote isn’t gathered at the bottom in an externally obvious manner. In the other side, the Millefeuille seems a bit like the office satchel version of a Céline Trio.For mepersonally, this is where the layout starts to find strange. There are many contrasting colors and compartments that the Millefeuille feels somewhat visually cluttered and unedited to me personally, and the open pockets give the tote an unfinished sense that doesn’t really work on a tote with a complicated structure. I’m also not totally sure how the front closure will work; the turnlock comes through the front without the pink leather enclosure, which seems to use a very small strip of leather to loop through the lock. If that’s true, it appears as if the bag may be a little annoying to have in and out of, if you mean on using the front third of its structure.In other ways, though, the bag gets high marks. Its three large compartments provide for lots of storage and organization, along with the optional (and again, contrasting) shoulder strap makes it a versatile handle. The bag now comes in two versions–red and pink. The two retail for a price of $2,960, and the two are currently available at Louis Vuitton’s web site.

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