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    Anybody that knows me knows I'm a Titanic buff. With the 100 year anniversary I went and saw the movie in theaters again and noticed "The unsinkable Molly Brown" had Louis Vuitton luggage. Now I read that James Cameron hired Titanic historians and the movie was pretty accurate when it came to the set/clothing ect.

    Now there is no way of knowing for sure the 1st class passengers used LV trunks but it sparks my interest and was starting this thread as an open discussion

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    didnt they start off making luggage, so i guess if they could afford 1st class they could afford the luggage

    got noidea if that right tho lol

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    Noticed that too. Watched it April 15 exactly 100 years later and saw it again in full for the first time since '97 - a good 13 years and naturally a bit more in-tuned with fashion brands. I immediately noticed the monogram.

    Also another independent discussion thread.
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    Yeah, LV was started in the 1850s as high end trunk makers. Seeing as 1st class passengers would venture across sea for long periods of time they must have used their "portable closets"

    When the movie came out I was only 10, so now that I know what LV is I recognized Molly Brown with it. .

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    founded in 1854, so why not..also maybe goyard...
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    i agree it, Yeah, LV was started in the 1850s as high end trunk makers.i like it, thanks for your sharing,

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