Founded in 1948, Longchamp has over 70 years of expertise in leather goods. In 1955, the brand expanded its small leather goods range to include luggage and its first boutique in Paris opened at 390 rue Saint-Honoré. Today, the brand has become one of the most popular labels with discerning travellers thanks to its impeccable leather craftmanship. It is perhaps best known for the Le Pliage bag and this foldable fabric tote with leather handles has become a world-renowned staple for the frequent traveller. For spring/summer 2019 Longchamp created a collection inspired by Los Angeles, with a world-traveller aesthetic at its core. New bags such as the Longchamp Amazone fuse together the luxury French brand’s classic heritage with a modern bohemian edge, perfect for jet-set lifestyles.
In this guide we take you through some of the best Longchamp bag styles, from classic pieces to the latest additions in the Longchamp accessories line.