The very famous brand of luxury leather goods Louis Vuitton was originally a company manufacturing transport trunks. Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 in a small village in the Jura region. His father was a miller and carpenter, and he quickly learned to use tools. In 1837, at the age of 16, he left for Paris and began working as an apprentice for a trunk maker. At the time, this trade consisted of packing the personal effects of rich clients for their travels. Gradually, with the advent of steam transport, he put his know-how and skills into creating innovative and high quality luggage: luxury, functionality, and innovation. He spent the next 17 years of his life fulfilling this mission. Until one day, in 1854, he opened his own boutique near the Place Vendôme. It was the beginning of his rise.
Buy a Louis Vuitton duvet cover
Since the birth of the trunk company, the house of Vuitton has diversified widely. Today at Louis Vuitton, you can buy leather goods (handbags, bags, wallets ...), perfumes, accessories (headbands, jewelry, belts, sunglasses ...), shoes, watches, jewelry, luggage ... However, the online catalogue does not sell bed linen. However, there is something online that looks like Louis Vuitton bedding. But make no mistake, as pleasing to the eye as these duvet covers with the LV logo are, they were not made by the brand. Louis Vuitton's policy on counterfeiting is very clear, they want to protect intellectual property, LV has a zero tolerance policy on counterfeiting.
Louis Vuitton's ecological values
"Quality design, sustainability and growth go hand in hand," explains Louis Vuitton's current president and CEO, Michael Burke.
Know-how and innovation are the brand's DNA. But at Louis Vuitton, the preservation of natural resources is one of the values to be respected. LV conducted its first carbon assessment in 2004 and the result was very satisfactory: the Vuitton factories are green and the logistics are concerned with the ecological footprint. Yves Carcelle, president at the time, explained, "As a leader, we must be exemplary. We have the human and financial means to change the world. So why wait to become an eco-citizen company? Today, the company continues to invest in sustainable techniques, in eco-responsible logistics, and by making efforts to produce recyclable and compostable packaging. And let's not forget that from the beginning, Vuitton trunks were designed to last.
Our La Chambre Paris duvet covers
Our approach to bedding is similar to that of Louis Vuitton, when he made his trunks. Our duvet covers are designed with high quality fabrics for comfort and durability. But unlike Louis Vuitton, we believe that everyone should be able to afford the pleasure of sleeping in quality sheets, and for this we have created a range of affordable sets. All La Chambre Paris bed linen has been woven and assembled by a company with 3 generations of textile expertise. Our duvet covers are made of percale, linen and satin STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® as strong and durable as a Vuitton trunk.