Holy moly.. that is steep for that pochette knowing that I could have gotten it for 355 when it came out. lol
Well everything else is sold out except the Panda Pochettes and Porte Clefs VVN. So I'm guessing those two didn't sell very well?When they initially came out, I thought they were "sooo hard" to get, but now it seems like they're more common than I originally thought. Anyone know?
Thanks Twiggers Nice to know the background ! I'm excited to try it out tonight --
i think if news gets out,it will never make outta california..HELLO FELLOW PFers! I thought I should seek all of your wisdom in reference to a recent accquisition at my local Louis Vuitton. My friend and I were visiting our regular LV botique the other day when we looked at a display and BAM A Panda Pochette was sitting inside a big LV box. We were both stunned, and we each bought one of the remaining pochettes. According to one of the SAs, they were recently shipped to their store, rather surprisingly. They didn't even have an explanation for them, they merely said they must have been left over in Japan and were just recently shipped to the States. How is this possible? I thought the line was incredibly limited, and the bag was released in 2004, almost 2 years ago! My friend and I are extremely happy about our new Pandas, but I'm baffled by their availability. Has anyone else seen Pandas in their stores, or is it just the West coast? Just thought I would share my new LV story with all of you and see what ya'll had to say!
well.. it was very exclusive.. because it was only released in japan. one country out of the entire world. and now the US is getting it's leftovers. so for instance.. if you have a cles or pochette, you'd have a bag as LE as the cerise or whatnot. however, if you have a vavin or ronde cles or billfold wallet or something else, THEN you know you've got a gem in your possession!Sooo...I'm still curious, how limited was this line? When they initially came out, I thought they were "sooo hard" to get, but now it seems like they're more common than I originally thought. Anyone know?