Spritz hairspray on a cloth or cotton ball and dab it. Make sure to use a good amount of hairspray. I have both fingers crossed.
just tried it and it didn't work. Thanks for the tip tho, it seemed a lot more probable than what the CS rep told me from LV. They say they only recommend using a dry cloth (dry cloth?? not much help).
I have a product called "Penoff" that removes ink from leather but I don't think it's still being made. It comes with the advice that it should first be tested on an inconspicuous part of the leather item, because it can remove the dye - and it did too, when I tried it once on a light coloured leather bag. Works great on fabrics but even if you could still get it, I wouldn't risk using it on your LV.
I just googled to see if there were any other pen removers out there, and came across this:
After reading the above we tried Pantene Pro-V hairspray to remove blue biro pen that was a day or two old from a (recently brand new) cream leather sofa and it worked a treat. It took about a dozen sprays to fully remove and we found that leaving each spray for a short while worked much more effectively than spraying and wiping off straight away.