Louis Vuitton Classic Epi Leather was first seen in the year 1985, inspired by their own textured leather from 1920, and its unique and vibrant appearance quickly gained immense popularity. Women fell for its amazing exclusive design, and loved that it was made from plant juice and treated by painting techniques. The design isn’t the only thing that left women head over heels: this sensational leather is also completely resistant to water and fairly scratch proof, although it should be kept away from anything abrasive. There are plenty of colors to choose from and every color looks fabulous with this type of leather. You can’t go wrong and it’s ideal for everyday use.
So how does Louis Vuitton process the Epi Leather? Before being deep dyed, the brand takes the leather and gets it carefully tanned using no other than plan extracts. Additionally, special coloring has been made on the top of the grain, which makes it all so special.