Lifestyle Asia
Home > Style > Fashion > Splurge: Louis Vuitton garment cover
Splurge: Louis Vuitton garment cover

We all have that one garment cover which came with a suit, or a stack of flimsy disposable ones relegated to the back of our wardrobes. A functional but often overlooked item, the garment cover hasn’t been given as much love and attention as it deserves. There is, however, a brand that has not forgotten about it: Louis Vuitton.

It all started in 1837, when 16-year-old Louis Vuitton saw how baggages were handled roughly during transportation, and travellers sought out craftsmen to build tougher boxes to protect their personal items. So he stepped up to the challenge to create trunks that were durable and, more importantly, ensured the safety of people’s prized possessions. Over the years as he designed and made trunks to his clients’ desires, Louis Vuitton became one of the most favoured artisans of his trade.

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton Damier Graphite Garment Cover, S$2,900.

After investing so much attention and detail into the creation of its iconic trunks, the French luxury house later decided to extend the same treatment to the bag that helps keep our suits and dresses crease-free.

Enter the Louis Vuitton garment cover. Measuring 55cm x 63cm x 1cm, the cover is available in two different designs: The Louis Vuitton Damier Graphite, and Louis Vuitton Monogram — both of which come with two internal removable hangers.

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton Monogram Garment Cover, S$2,900.

Fully trimmed in leather, these garment covers come equipped with removable and adjustable shoulder straps, leather handles, name tag, and zipped closure.

If your luggage, bags and even passports are allowed to have a little luxurious touch, so does your garment cover.

Louis Vuitton garment cover, S$2,900.

Never miss an update

Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest updates.

No Thanks
You’re all set

Thank you for your subscription.