We’ve covered date codes in our Louis Vuitton Authenticity Guide, but we wanted to take a deeper dive into Louis Vuitton date codes because this is one of the more common questions we get as a reseller of authentic Louis Vuitton items. We’re creating this Louis Vuitton date code guide to teach you more about date codes, but not as tool to authenticate Louis Vuitton items. Read on to learn more about Louis Vuitton date codes.
Goodbye C?line, hello Celine.
The LVMH-owned fashion label Celine unveiled a new logo in September 2018 and swiftly changed the brand stamping on all leather goods. Now, we’re seeing the new logo stamp on leather goods. As you can see from the image comparing the old and new Celine logo, shown above, the accent over the e has been removed. In addition, the new Celine logo has been balanced out by bringing each letter closer together (aka kerning).?It’s important to point out the tags and dust bag that come with a Celine item may still have the old logo despite the bag or wallet having the new logo.
The house of Celine has a knack for designing It bags: the Luggage Tote, Nano Luggage, Trapeze, Phantom, Trio, Box and Edge bags. If you’re shopping for a Celine bag, you may have come across a series of letters and numbers, or heard about a “date code.” If you’re interested in learning how to read a Celine date code or what year/season a Celine bag was made, this blog post will teach you.