Louis Vuitton Writing Collection Unveiled

Louis Vuitton Writing Collection Unveiled
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Emails, text messages and keeping in touch via social media platforms are a norm these days in the world of communication. However, Louis Vuitton is all set to revive the art of letter writing by presenting an elegant writing collection.

Using a pen, pencil, paper and other stationery material to express thoughts, LV fans will bring back the old trend to life. The new luxe writing collection includes writing instruments and paper products.

Along with a bespoke stationary set, watch out for stylish envelopes with trunk closures illustrated on the flaps, and alligator leather encased fountain pens.

To add a personal touch, one can also customize the collection with engravings. The fountains pens feature a patented mechanism that protects the inside cartridges from leakage due to pressure changes from air travel.

This was much needed as the French brand is aware that most of their loyal clients are jet-setters and air travel could be a part of their daily commuting.

Chris Quinn | Elite.

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