LOUIS VUITTON SPEEDY BANDOULIÈRE 35 DAMIER EBENE
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Louis Vuitton Speedy Bandoulière 35 Damier Ebene
A timeless handbag that is always on-trend, the Speedy Bandoulière 35 in Damier Ebene canvas holds all the essentials for busy lifestyles.
Originally created for travelers in the 1930s – the name refers to the era’s rapid transit – every feature of the Speedy’s design is iconic, from its unmistakable shape to the rolled leather handles,
engraved padlock and detachable strap.
Inside flat pocket
Strap: Removable, adjustable
Smooth cowhide-leather trim
Width: 13.8" (35 cm)
Height: 9.1" (23 cm)
Depth: 7.1" (18 cm)
Strap Drop: 18.5" (47 cm)
Strap Drop Max.: 21.1" (53.5 cm)
The Louis Vuitton Speedy is the most iconic Louis Vuitton bag of all time.
Its two top handles, large rounded body and simple hardware are recognizable by even the most novice handbag fans.
The Speedy is part of the classic Louis Vuitton bag icon collection.
The Speedy was first created in 1930 in the 30cm size, which was then called the “Express” as an homage to the era’s travel revolution.
The smaller 25 was added in 1959 at the request of actress Audrey Hepburn, who wanted Louis Vuitton to make a mini version of their Keepall duffle.
Louis Vuitton obliged and created what is now known by fashionistas and handbag lovers as the “Speedy 25.”
The Speedy didn’t become the iconic bag it is today until Audrey Hepburn’s Speedy 25 was introduced.
The silhouette of the Speedy has a structured, rounded body and tapers from a flat, rectangular bottom to a top that is slightly domed.
The Monogram Speedy still holds its original design: one piece of classic canvas around the body of the bag with natural vachetta rounded handles and piping.
Speedy bags, when purchased new from an LV boutique, come with a lock and key.
The design of the Speedy bags can change depending on what material they’re made of and what year they were released.