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Louis Vuitton's Signature Designs Get the Royal Wedding Makeover For This Special Collection

There are only 85 pieces available.
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With thousands of items of royal wedding memorabilia to choose from, we've finally found the one made specifically for the fashionable royalist. Louis Vuitton has just shown its support for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s marriage by emblazoning the Union flag onto four of its signature styles. The limited-edition collection landed in London on May 15, and is exclusively available at the Louis Vuitton flagship store on New Bond Street.

To make the Royal Wedding collection even more exclusive, only 85 pieces were made, and among those, customers can get their hands on the red, white, and blue versions of the Keepall, Speedy handbag, Néo Noé bucket bag, and Petite Malle clutch. Browse through the entire collection below:

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As if the patriotism wasn’t any clearer, the flagship store’s window was festooned with dozens of miniature Union Jacks waving side by side, while a statement on the window reads: Louis Vuitton celebrates the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle.

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The bags were set against illuminated sculptures of a totem and a sphinx of gigantic proportions. The luxury emporium, designed by architect Peter Marino, is said to be the most luxurious of the Louis Vuitton branches. Situated at the trendy Maison on New Bond Street, the designer shop is among many commemorating the royal wedding by displaying the national flag of the United Kingdom in time for May 19.

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