Louis Vuitton’s Damier print is universally recognisable whilst being subtler than its eponymous LV initials print.
Created in 1888, the Damier brown check canvas pattern, originally bore a logo that read “marque L. Vuitton déposée”, which translated as “L. Vuitton registered trademark”.
Just over a century later, in 1998, the pattern was reintroduced as the Damier Ebène, and it has proven to be a huge success. A number of Damier canvases have been introduced since then: Damier Azur (beige and blue), Damier Graphite (black and grey for the 120th anniversary of the canvas in 2008) and the embossed leather of Damier Infini (soft calf leather textured in the style of Damier check).
We’re fortunate to have a classic Damier Ebène Neverfull tote bag for rent on our site. Why not check it out?
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