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Just in time for the year-end holidays, discover our wish list, featuring iconic products from our Houses. Given the array of exceptional creations by LVMH brands, choosing was definitely not an easy task! From December 19-24, we’re presenting curated selections from the different LVMH branches, in a fantastical and festive décor. Today’s list showcases exceptional products from Fashion & Leather Goods.

1. Louis Vuitton, Keepall 45 Mon Damier Graphite

In 1924, 70 years after its first store opened, Louis Vuitton introduced the Keepall, the original and archetypal weekend bag, designed to fold flat in a suitcase. A true Louis Vuitton icon, the Keepall can now be personalized.

2. Berluti, Andy loafer in Venezia calf leather

The Andy loafer was named after one of the greatest visionaries in contemporary art, Andy Warhol, who in 1962 – before he became a household name – walked into Berluti to order his first bespoke shoes. To the delight of Berluti aficionados, this emblematic style is now available in a vast choice of patinas.

3. Fendi, QuTweet Baguette

Invented by Silvia Venturini Fendi in 1997, Fendi’s Baguette instantly achieved It-bag status. Ever since, the House has regularly offered new interpretations of this classic, the latest of which was inspired by tropical bird.

4. Nicholas Kirkwood, Ava sandal

British designer Nicholas Kirkwood has built his reputation on upscale women’s shoes, but he does not hesitate to “pull apart” a design in order to reveal its beauty – an approach that requires both no-holds-barred creativity and expert craftsmanship. His signature is the Ava sandal, made famous by Sarah Jessica Parker, which he revisits in new materials every season.

5. Dior Homme, white shirt in cotton poplin

The embodiment of the rock-influenced look invented by Dior Homme in the 2000s, the slim-fit white shirt was both a classic and a revolution in the rarefied world of men’s fashion. Dior Homme reinterprets it season after season in different cuts and fabrics to create a contemporary silhouette that is the essence of urban chic.

6. Loro Piana, Salzburg cape in baby cashmere, vicuña and chinchilla fur

True to its ethos of family and craftsmanship, Loro Piana adapts to the desires and lifestyles of its loyal customers. The House transforms the noblest materials – baby cashmere, vicuña, merino wool, lotus flower – into truly exceptional pieces, such as the Salzburg cape which, with its combination of cashmere and fur for winter warmth, is the epitome of discreet, enduring elegance.