What Does LV Old Flower Pattern Represent
Is every old flower pattern of LV the same?
The pattern of each LV old flower is the same, but the distance at the hem is not necessarily symmetrical. Many people may want to determine whether it is genuine by the margin of the pattern at the hem. In fact, the margin of the pattern hem may be different for each bag. Because the size of LV's old flower pattern is the same, it may not be the same when folding. A netizen showed me the lv bag made by Pindong. I saw that the pattern size and symmetry were very good, so it was difficult to distinguish from them. Knowledge points: good imitations cannot be distinguished from true and false in terms of pattern symmetry, so another identification point should be found. Of course, you can see the poor performance at a glance.
What does the LV pattern represent?
LV stands for travelers, four pointed stars stand for the direction of progress, diamonds stand for harvest, and flowers stand for scenery. More than a century has passed, the interwoven letter canvas bag with the unique pattern of "LV" logo has become a classic of fashion with rich legendary colors and elegant design.
Origin of LV Old Flower Pattern
In 1892, Mr. Louis Vuitton died. Four years later, his son George Vuitton created a unique "old flower" pattern in memory of his father. Since then, more than a century ago, the pattern of old flowers has never faded out of people's sight. It has gradually transformed from a symbol containing private memories into a world-famous symbol of luxury.
Old flower pattern takes coffee brown as the background color, and the initial letters L and V of the brand are interlaced at a glance.
The most unforgettable one is the diamond pattern with precise design: the diamond is generally concave diamond, the inner center is designed as four pointed flowers, and the outer layer is surrounded by a circle to make the shape unique.
As for the design of the old flower pattern, someone quipped that George might be inspired by the tiles on the residence of the Vuitton family. No matter where the inspiration comes from, there is no doubt that Laohua has become well-known from name to pattern, and has become a classic logo of Louis Vuitton brand.