What is the Louis Vuitton flower called?

The Louis Vuitton flower is commonly referred to as the "Monogram Flower" or simply the "LV Flower." It is an iconic design element that appears alongside the LV Monogram—a series of interlocking "L" and "V" initials in honour of Louis Vuitton, the company's founder.

Luxury Monogram Canvas Brown Noé Bag

Luxury Monogram Canvas Noé Bag

These symbols are an integral part of the brand's Monogram canvas, a pattern that was created in 1896 by Georges Vuitton, Louis Vuitton's son.


Louis Vuitton Croissant MM Bag with the iconic monogram

The Monogram Flower is often interpreted as a four-petaled blossom or a stylized four-leaf clover. It is one of the instantly recognisable symbols that have become synonymous with Louis Vuitton's luxury offerings, and you'll see it imprinted on a wide range of their products, from handbags and luggage to accessories and clothing. It is one of the key elements that contribute to the brand's unique identity and aesthetic.

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