A Damier Signature, Part Two

In 1889, at the Paris World Fair, the Damier canvas was born; a patented invention with for the first time, the inscription “L. Vuitton registered trademark”.

Almost a century after its creation in 1888, the Damier pattern was reintroduced by the Maison Louis Vuitton. Among the wide range of Damier canvases that have been introduced since then, the darker palette, subtle and elegant, has been one of the most appreciated.

More masculine and revisited in black and anthracite, the Damier has become undeniably urban. Damier Graphite is the first Louis Vuitton line solely dedicated to men. Adorned in smooth black leather and polished palladium hardware, the historic motif adopts an urban look that is stylish, streamlined, modern and cosmopolitan.
The Damier story continues...

More on the Damier history and collections here.

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