Would you buy pre-loved Louis Vuitton luggage?


Oct 6, 2011
Sierra Nevada Mountains CA
I think I would. Then again, I collect vintage train cases, so I am used to that used luggage smell :smile: It is kind of funny too because I won't buy a pre loved bag because it grosses me out a little, but I will buy 50 year old train cases and put my junk in them. Go figure.


Shoe and Bag Addict
Oct 12, 2008
Charlotte, NC
Yes - I would prefer it. I think the vintage pieces are of a higher quality than current offerings.

Nothing a little Lysol can't cure. If you are traveling, your hotel is way grosser than someone else's luggage. But, I'm an anti- germaphobe.
Sep 8, 2010
Berlin, Germany
I totally would... I think it looks best worn out a little... I am actually looking for a used keepall... because If I would buy it new... I would freak out if it get stained... ;)


May 19, 2012
Yes, I would! And if the luggage has vachetta, then you would have to worry less about that.


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Jan 13, 2012
Nowhere near you.
In terms of things that squick me out, this isn't going to be high on the list.

If you're into luggage, then I think some already worn in a bit items are definitely the way to go.


Jason W
Aug 27, 2011
Perth, Western Australia
I most certainly would, as they add character to the bag. It makes the bag more unique with it being aged and well looked after.. So why would people buy 100+ year old LV trunks for the same cost as you buying a new one, and the answer is its history, its character and of course the style. I saw once a while back a small trunk which was on the Titanic, it was LV of course and from memory I think it was on some particular lifeboat where some daft first class passenger wanted to get her luggage on that small dingy... And the price of that trunk which was almost in tatters, $30,000. The reason for that is the history and where it has been, so therefore I would love to buy some pre-loved luggage, and would love to know where it has been, who previously owned it, so interesting!