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Louis Vuitton Valentines 2010 Catalog: Women


Stand by Me Ring PM in Yellow Gold, US$1110. Stand by Me Necklace, US$1550. Stand by Me Ring GM in Yellow Gold, US$1640.




Save It Bracelet, US$360. Bloom It Bracelet, US$265.

Monogram Vernis Rodeo Drive, US$1130. Lock N'Roll Necklace, US$550. Bandeau Bijou, US$240.

Monogram Vernis Octagone Belt.

Silvania Bracelet GM, US$420. Silvania Bracelet PM, US$310. Inclusion Bracelet (small), US$310. Inclusion Bracelet (large), US$420.

Monogram Vernis Wilshire Boulevard, US$825. Monogram Vernis French Purse, US$740. Comete Bandeau, US$150. Soupçon Nude GM, US$560.

Monogram Josephine Wallet, US$390.

Les Craquantes Pendant & Chain with Sapphire, US$3600. Small Les Craquantes Ring with Sapphire, US$4,420. Les Craquantes Earrings with Sapphire, US$2,780.

Tambour Fizzy Heart Watch with Diamonds. Tambour Bijou Black, US$4,010.

Padlock and Keys Charm Bracelet in Yellow Gold, US$10,300. Paved Heart Charm in Yellow Gold, US$6,550. I Love You Notebook Charm in Yellow Gold, US$3,350. Typewriter Charm in Yellow Gold with Diamonds, US$6,550. Pen Charm in Yellow Gold, US$4,580. Bottle Charm in Yellow Gold, US$4,580. Large Heart Charm in Yellow Gold, US$4,580. Photo Frame Charm in Yellow Gold.

Monogram Vernis Alma MM, US$2,010. Monogram Vernis Alma BB, US$1000. Naif Key Holder, US$375.

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