December 19, 2005


You know how a few years ago, Bottega Veneta, a brand that has been around for ages, just started to creep up everywhere? Well the latest age old brand to creep up on us is Goyard, a french brand that has a history all the way back to 1853.

This intricate logo and signature handpainted initials and stripes represents 150 years of serving exclusive clienteles such as the likes of kings, queens, maharajahs and movie stars.

Like Louis Vuitton, it all started with the mega expensive suitcases.

And like any good mercenaries, they proceeded to ladies hangbags. The cheapest of which, is the flimsy tote bag on the left, which costs a grand total of $845. I've seen them in real life and they so do not look or feel $845.

After developing the typical styles of handbags, naturally they moved onto colors. All their styles of handbags comes in the many colors above.

And the next step? Why, exclusivity of course. They cooperated with Barneys and viola- the Barneys exclusive white Goyard bags! But I must say, love this color. Its soo much more easy to match and young then the other colors.

Apart from Barneys, these bags can now be bought at Harvey Nichols, Takashimaya and various other upper class department stores around the globe. They are even in the process of opening a new flagship store in San Francisco, right below the Westin Hotel on Union Square. See what I mean by creeping in on us?


Blogger La Dulcinea said...

I'm not a big fan of Goyard, either. I definitely agree with Barney's Girl: the bags are so flimsy, they look like you could rip them very easily! They certainly don't look as good as their prices demand. And yeah, the product descriptions are so snooty, they're funny!

12/19/2005 1:56 PM  
Blogger JT said...

They look a bit too boring for me (and man, they resemble monograms which I hate). But it would make a good simple versatile bag.

12/19/2005 8:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We already have the LV-logo-desease! We don´t need another one! LOL

12/19/2005 9:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw the collection og Goyard bags the last time I went to Barney's in New York and completely agree with your statement that they are flimsy. I had seen them in magazines beforehand and was quite surprised and how thin they were when I saw them in person. The exhorbitant price is solely for exclusivity- there is no way that craftmanship can account for that price!

12/20/2005 12:36 AM  
Blogger Are You the New Avante Garde? said...

The Goyard handbags are indeed dissapointing. I asked for the luggage on year and I recieved a handbag. I never use it because it looks like you can buy it at payless or new york company.

but i do adore Goyard


12/20/2005 4:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

<<(...)I never use it because it looks like you can buy it at payless or new york company.>>

Hi there,
this comment is ABSOLUTELY stupid!!!!!
anyway...Goyard is a french brand & known for years in France there's ab. no link w/ the LV logo (or whatever logos) trend!!!
everyone in France (at least who can afford it!) has a Goyard and it is not mother has 1 "malle" & 1 luggage and I own a small weekender (I'm a man who loves women sounds weird I know) and I can tell you they are perfect!
so go on w/ your crappy Prada or Vuitton and go shopping in a Carrefour (i think it is the same than a Wal-Mart for you in USA)

I kind of really like your blog...go on!!!! you're not really nice but it sounds ok and funny!

(sorry for my bad english I'm french...which is not a good excuse!)

1/07/2006 4:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

have tote bag and i use it everyday for work. i overload and it gets abused. i can tell you first hand it is very sturdy - i know it looks flimsy but it's not. i love it and would buy another.

3/25/2006 11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a red one. It's good for gym.

5/09/2006 3:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

love, love, love goyard!!!! went to the goyard store in SF and bought 2 bags: 1 saint louis PM which is VERY useful and sturdy and i love how it is reversible and 1 croisiere 35. i get LOTS of compliments for both bags!!!=)

7/28/2006 4:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wait, i had one before jessica simpson. She has it in different colors. i agree with the french guy, i'm asian. i have a croisiere 35 in black (the most boring color).
i love it that in a pool of vuittons and gucci, my goyard looks more intelligent.

9/07/2006 1:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i own 8 goyard bags, and i love them all. the tote is amazing and worth every penny. you can fold it up and travel with it, i also use it as a beach bag. IT WEIGHS NOTHING !!!! THE TOTE IS SO LIGHT WEIGHT!!!!!

10/09/2006 7:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love, love, love Goyard. Need I say more, Goyard radiants class and elegance, and anybody that says anything other then is arrogant. May be they shouldn't be shopping at places like Goyard or Barneys!!!

10/28/2006 2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sound like a lot of poor people that wish they had one, but cut it down because they can't afford it. Goyard is a great quality and not mass produced.

10/29/2006 7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just bought a Goyard bag, and at first impression, even I was dissapointed at how delicate it looks. But you will be surprise how durabe it is. it just nice to know that it is discreet and in fact it does whisper exclusivity. I use mine about 2-3 times a week and put all my school books and computer and it still looks new. AMAZYING CRAFTMANSHIP

12/12/2006 1:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the Goyard tote bags also. I think the white is very fresh and modern, but wondered if one would use the white color in the winter?

12/13/2006 4:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are poeple that obsessed with monograms that they would buy these ugly. flimsy bags for an excess of $1000? Why not go to Gucci or Prada and find a bag with actual style merit for that price? Plus if your trying to be noticed who has ever heard of Goyard? Gucci and Louis Vuitton, yes. Goyard no.

1/04/2007 4:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the man who said everyone in France had a Goyard... I will say I was recently in France and never once saw a single Goyard. Who are you to be talking down to people who carry Prada or Louis Vuitton, Goyard will never see the envy or the status that thos brands create other than amongst snobs who have no care for the world other than thier posessions. Goyard is ugly, if you want an exclusive bag with merit get a Birkin Bag.

1/04/2007 5:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i definitely agree that these bags are not attractive! to the french man--you completely live up to your stereotype of a snobby prick. who really cares that much, maybe you should worry about more important things in life than which designer bag you're going to buy next.

1/09/2007 6:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3 things.

1. goyard puts louis vuitton to shame.
2. goyards history is more respected than louis vuittons.
3. goyard is better than louis vuitton, plain and simple.

there design is hands down one of the best designs in fashion [this is coming from a graphic designer]. i know alot of people aren't about the goyard brand, but once you see it hanging from the arms of more celebrities, trust me, you'll be more about it.

its the sad truth...

2/06/2007 4:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3 things.

1. goyard puts louis vuitton to shame.
2. goyards history is more respected than louis vuittons.
3. goyard is better than louis vuitton, plain and simple.

there design is hands down one of the best designs in fashion [this is coming from a graphic designer]. i know alot of people aren't about the goyard brand, but once you see it hanging from the arms of more celebrities, trust me, you'll be more about it.

its the sad truth...

2/06/2007 4:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as I've always said: "Those who know KNOW, and those who don't know, really doesn't matter now, does it?"

I know it sounds bitchy, but it's true. If you're cognoscente, you KNOW, if you're a philistine, you never will.........simple as that!

Au Revoir!

2/08/2007 4:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just moved to NYC last fall and have been noticing Goyards around town. Never heard of them before. I'm not in the market for a bag that costs the same as my monthly rent, but I'm dying for a Saint Louis nonetheless. It's funny, the whole brand thing. I'd rather have something that less people know about, but is still clearly a status marker among the elite, because it's only those people who have any business buying brand name goods in the first place. I want the quality, and to bask in the eerie but compelling patina of financial bliss without anyone else knowing I care about such superficial bullshit. Aesthetically, it works because it's ugly. Like UGGS, which I also adore.

On second thought, I'd rather find my place in Parisian history in Paris. I'll rather save my nickles and dimes for another trip there, where I will walk the Champs Elysee and opt out of an overpriced latte in favor of a second visit to the Musee D'Orsay. Ultimately, for me, it's about cultural capital more than material goods, though I'm sure the reason I'm attracted to Goyard is the cultural prestige of its elan and the fact that I equate people with the money to carry a brand with that kind of history and obscurity to those who also fit into my sense of high class, read intelligence, poise, style, and a sense of art and travel.

C'est la vie. I'm destined to use my money elsewhere I fear. Maybe someday...

2/21/2007 1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was in France in September and every girl if they were anyone had these great bags. You have to ring doorbell to enter store there. I was in NY this last month & seemed everyone was catching on there slowly. I told them what I saw in France & suddenly they wanted the bag even more. I live in San Diego and if you were to ask anyone here about Goyard. They would not have a clue what you were talking about.

3/20/2007 12:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eh, the only real difference between Goyard and Louis Vuitton is the size of the company and marketing strategy. Products aren't really that different (except the design of the pattern). There's no point in comparing the two quality-wise, so in the end it's about which design and so called life style you prefer to pay for.

And to all of you who think Goyard is so exclusive, it has already been featured on Oprah...

4/04/2007 3:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love my st louis GM in white :)
They are soooooooo much better than cheap Gucci or Louis Vuitton. I hate LV cuz eveyone is caryying LV! Goyard is unique and elegant!

4/10/2007 8:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

one quick Q.. where can i find it in paris?? other than colette..!!??

5/09/2007 3:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am in HK today and noticed they had a store here. I have never heard of the brand and went in and they are definitely different. I may pick up one for my wife, what is the general price range I should pay as I want to make sure I am not paying that much as I may be in France next month and pick one up there. I am looking at the St Louis PM

5/21/2007 10:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I purchased a 50 Boeing when in Paris a couple of weeks ago and really like the bag. Unfortunately the service is not too good. The SA sold me a strap to go with the bag, which is nothing remarkable, except the bag does not provide for a shoulder strap. When I tried to return the strap Goyard refused to refund what I had paid and will only give me a store credit. So, be careful when you make a purchase from them and do not just go with what the sales associate tells you.

6/04/2007 12:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this might be sacreligious on a site like this...but for those of you who like the look, but not the price tag o fgoyard - and live in nyc - - there is always chinatown! the imitations are pretty good, although make sure you buy one with "goyard" spelled correctly! i saw some with "goodar" on them!

6/07/2007 6:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My personal opinion....I think the bags "look" cheap and ugly. They look like plastic to me. Who cares if the brand has history or whether its exclusive or if the French/NYC girls are carrying. If its ugly...I ain't buying it and I won't be caught carrying it. You are also entitled to your own buy it if you really think its worthed, not because you think others think its pretty. but seriously.....i think its ugly!!

6/30/2007 10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live in Asia and am a recent Goyard "convert"... I am sooooo loving the brand! I think the quality is perfect and love the fact that the logos / design are all handpainted. My St Louis PM is great as an every-day-bag, completely sturdy even when it looks so flimsy. And my Croisiere 35 gets compliments every time I carry it. Enough LVs... Get a Goyard !

7/05/2007 9:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think these Goyard bags are just about the ugliest thing I've ever seen. My friend was proudly showing me her "personalized" tote and frankly I think I could find something more attractive in the flea market. I love style and quality, and I think you can find plenty of both with other designer bags. As for Goyard, I can honestly say that if you GAVE one to me, I wouldn't wear it.

7/23/2007 10:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You all need to get a life!!!!!!!!
give me a break.........

7/28/2007 2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have seen soooo many in nyc that I actual had a nightmare the other day. P.S. Good ones for 300 on canal st but they really are so cheap looking.

8/01/2007 5:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Goyard has been around for more than 150 years. They're doing something right. As with most of the comments here, they tend to reflect more on the commentator than the product. When "the sound and the fury" are over, Goyard will undoubtedly continue blithely to produce its very limited but very special merchandise. I have been travelling with Goyard for forty years now, and am somewhat dismayed by the sudden success of a brand which has always been known in elite circles. The company was recently bought over by a wealthy businessman who has decided to catapult the brand to international prominence. Fortunately the quality has not changed one iota, and the malady, à la Vuitton, of having to produce ten new models each season has not infected or ruined this venerable maison. Oh yes, by the way, avoid purchasing those 'flimsy' bags you are all talking about in New York - unless you get them from a reliable source, that is. Fake Goyards are absolutely flooding the market, and since it is too expensive to reproduce the elaborate models, the pirates are exploiting the simple one. I can spot them a mile away, and so can any other aficionado with a passable eye.

8/07/2007 5:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Petroniusarbiter is right, and I would add this: Goyard only becomes a true status symbol if one shells out for the personalized monogram (handpainted in either a 19th century or more modern font) or combination of stripes. Personalization has always been an integral part of the brand, and it totally takes the curse off of the nondescript pattern which is meant to act as a background and not call attention to itself. That is why so few people are aware of the brand. Once personalized, however, the bag falls into another category altogether. The letters and stripes are not an insignificant detail. Far from it. They often cost more than the item itself, and that is the 'chic' part of it all. Only insiders are aware of this fact, and so you may all thank me for the enormous service I am rendering by revealing this information. By the way, if you are a Count or a Countess, Goyard will paint a coronet over your initials (how is that for 'chic'?), but of course, those of royal lineage have been aware of this for over a century.

8/07/2007 6:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a huge goyard fan, and i must say as someone who prefers to have things most people do not, i was one of the very first of my circle, to not only have a goyard bag but to have a striped monogrammed one at that, which is as the women before me stated the whole point. They are as she pointed out the most reliable bags and like vuitton the quality has not deminshed over time. you should all take note that where vuitton is flashy goyard is the picture of sophistication and might i add one of the few companies who has not succumb to the flash that bringing on Marc Jacobs has bestowed upon the vuitton name.

8/10/2007 2:15 AM  
Blogger positively the same dame said...

a secret? uh, i'd say the word is out on the stripes & initials thing and has been for, oh, about a year or so. even bill cunningham did his sunday feature on it in the times last winter. actually it's so trendy to have a handpainted st. louis here in nyc that it's over. in an attempt to be unique, and therefore in another class altogether, some are having their bags hand painted by graffiti artists -- the more infamous, the better -- and not by goyard. it's just fashion as usual, nothing more, nothing less.

8/16/2007 4:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want to find more about this year
fall fashion trends and winter fashion trends in bag fashion, but I've found only dresses! Have you any new "Bag Ideas"?

10/24/2007 4:20 PM  
Blogger jkglamour said...

Can anyone tell me how much croiserie 35 cost?
Thank you.

11/16/2007 1:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do love their bag! But their service is horrible!! I didn't pay this much to be treated like poor people. Being snobby to the customer is so 90's.

11/16/2007 8:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got the Majordome (the briefcase looking one), it was I think $3200, in the SF store. I actually went in to see what the fuss was about (sucker that I am), and this nice friendly young man helped me pick one. He had such nice personality, not idiotically fawning or arrogant or chi chi. He struck just the right note and wasn't pushy. I actually would never have bought the bag if I didn't like him (I'm that kind of shopper). I had antique gold block initials put on mine to make it look like the 19th century old trunks. Terrific. Love the yellow twill lining. The only complaints: the zip is a bit stiff, drives me nuts zipping it open and shut twenty times a day. Also, it's just made of cloth canvas (painted), not leather, yet you are paying as if it's made of all-leather. Once I get over that, I actually like it, it looks retro and cool and I'm planning to buy another one to match. You unfortunately can't just stop at one, because it looks better when you have a matching suite. I know, I'm a sucker. Also, they're not every yet, so it's nice to have it knowing not everyone has one. I'm sure that will soon change...

12/25/2007 6:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love my Goyard bag =) My hubby got me a black/black Jeanne GM this past Christmas... love going shopping with it...Everyone I see has a Vuitton, haha!! Dont get me wrong, I have about 40 Vuittons, it has been too common for too long...Anyhow, Im eyeing the Croisiere 35 in blue =) Hopefully soon =)

2/12/2008 11:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

obviously those of you who have never heard of goyard are exactly the people goyard doesnt want owning their bags. you are ignorant.
LV is nice but obviously FOR THE MASSES>

3/03/2008 1:24 PM  
Blogger Vieux Chou said...

I'm a guy and bought the messenger from their men's line the last time I was in Paris. The concstruction is something to marvel at, it never gets shabby or shapeless no mater how many books I shove into it. It was a treat but when I wear it I feel like I'm carrying a litte bit of the Rue St. Honoré with me

3/21/2008 7:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love all my Goyards, the construction is extremely nice, and the totes, The St. Louis are extremely lightweight, the only problem I have with the company is the way they paint their initials, I have one of my St. Louis painted as well as my Ambassade, and they arent one year old, and already chipping. Im not sure if they even lacquered the paint so that it doesnt come off. I dont care how much of a history it has, Im paying for the "craftmanship", not the history

3/25/2008 6:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I gave my husband a choice of handbags to get me for a present...the LV Galliera GM or Goyard St Louis GM in lgt blue? and flat out he says how sick he is of Louis Vuitton...So, I guess O know what I'll be getting...

4/03/2008 10:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had only 5 days in SF so on day 2 got my skyblue Fidji. Been nitpicking and noticed an area not stitched properly but not visible.

Used the fidji anyways and fell in love with it. Went sightseeing with it with bottled water, maps, brochures, wallet, sunlasses, eyeglasses, tissues, wipes, cellphone....

Thought about exchanging the Fidji for the same one but they were out of stock. They said "nothing's wrong with it".

Went out with a new black Croisiere 35 with matching strap.

The more I look at it the more I smile. It just looks so fierce! For looks I love the croisiere. But for the pragmatic side of me - I love the Fidji.

My croisiere came with only a short zipper inside. No open pocket/s. Is this normal? I hope the SA didn't sell me a dud bag.

He even forgot the receipt!

i just would want to forget my Goyard store experience. But I do love their bags.

5/22/2008 11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to be obsessed with louis vuitton bags but it became so common, just imagine walking in the malls, every women you bump into is in lv, speciall the speedy. and my gosh! all the immitations... help me!!!

and so i found goyard... I am so glad!!! I have a black croisiere 35 and ofcourse its a head turner, i feel so proud of it and feels so rich. hahaha and the st.louis, its so light and can just dump in anything as long as it fits the bag.

the leather is so light, you can easily clean it and the no matter how you seat on it, the leather goes back to its nomal shape, no signs of lines. its so easy to take care of...

& for those who doesnt appreciate it, im sorry but if you dont have it, maybe you just cant afford it. its the "IT" bag darling!

7/14/2008 5:26 PM  
Blogger Jesse D said...

HAHA you people are hysterical. $845 for a HANDBAG??? Are you serious? Here's something to make you squirm in your designer undies - Pamela Anderson was photographed prancing around LA with one of these bags on her arm. Oh heavens! There goes the neighborhood! LOL

8/01/2008 12:47 AM  
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8/30/2008 5:02 PM  
Blogger JJtracy said...

I bought several Goyards from a website at very low price. They look very nice. However, I can't tell if the Goyards are authtic. Can you give me some suggestions? The pictures are following:

8/30/2008 6:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think those who have nothing nice to say about GOYARD bags, simply don't have money to buy it! hahaha!this brand is so classy and exclusive!how ignorant! this brand is not as commercialized as LV and hopefully continues to be that way. prada, gucci? duh... nothing beats GOYARD! if you can't afford one, then might as well shut up. bet u, if they had the money for it (miracles happen u know) or are given as gift (they can only wish) these hypocrites would be prancing around town toting this exceptional brand :)

9/12/2008 5:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

god!! im so in love with it!!!
Can you please tell me the price tag of: GOYARD SAINT LOUIS ????

thank you

10/18/2008 5:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just bought mine last Saturday in their St. Honore store in Paris. I am absolutely in love with it. I was deciding between the LV Never Full and the Goyard St. Louis. I don't regret my decision to go Goyard.

I do have to admit, the service in the store wasn't fantastic. And the store was a bit of a mess when I was there (boxes everywhere).

Doesn't make me love my bag any less, though.

11/12/2008 8:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got my Goyard wallet in 2003, in the St honore store, I'm a guy, but I am very fashion consiousce, I've been reading all your posts, and I must admit I have had a few laughs.
I would like to add the following thoughts though.
Goyard is a company that has been making luggage and bags for more than 150 years, and they really know what they are doing, just the fact that the pieces are hand crafted, puts them in class of there own, whether they are in "fashion" is completely besides the point, LV or hermes or Gucci, are mass produced marketing tools, (where 3 out of 5 bags you see being carried are knock off's anyway), it is a crime to even to begin to compare the brands. Goyard represents sophistication, style and an era of real glamour, it is true to say that those of you who know....know. The steep price tags reflect these above traits and not the quality of leather used, or how big the bag is.
It is my sincere hope, that Goyard will remain in the few hands of those who are in the know, and who genuily appreciate the beauty and qaulity of their Goyard peice.

2/04/2009 7:11 PM  
Blogger Keisha Kornbread said...

I have a Goyard St. Louis GM in black. Upon my initial view of the bag I felt it was a great size, but I was VERY concerned about the durability of the bag. It certainly looked flimsy and I couldn't imagine it holding all of the items I lug around. I was also impressed with the bag's ability to be reversible. I decided to grab one.

I used the bag the entire summer and loved it. I would have never thought it could hold up to my abuse nor tote around all of my things. I was surprised!! I also loved the fact that it folds almost paper thin and can be packed into any of my other bags. That means I could stuff it with new buys later and have a choice of bags while I travel. I have never used it with the interior reversed because I didn't want to get it dirty. The handles are a bit too thin for my tastes, but the bag held up mostly. I'm a guy so a thicker or even wider handle would have suited me better.

In conclusion, the bag is very versatile and definitely a workhorse. It's time to retire my bag due to my other purchases, but I think I may hold on to it for a know, just in case.

2/24/2009 3:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To everyone who claims Goyard is boring or flimsy.
I bet your opinion would be different if Goyard infected the world like Louis Vuitton did.
I'm confident that the quality and craftsmanship in a Goyard piece is worth far more than a trashy Louis Vuitton that screams conspicuous wealth.

6/01/2009 3:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just got a white St Louis at came to $1018 with taxes...i love it tho i want another one...probably a bigger size so i can use it for books for school

8/01/2009 10:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every commoner who could afford it would rather buy a LV bag for its well known brand. But buying a Goyard is as much expensive but much more posh, as it is not as well known as LV, it's so much more interesting to carry a Goyard whereas everyone else in the crowd has a LV...

9/14/2009 10:36 PM  
Blogger marie said...

I know they look flimsy and i thought the same thing at first . I've been using my goyard for 5 years now, it's still looking new and does not scratch at all.

9/30/2009 8:17 PM  
Blogger Junkies said...

just bought mine last week from the barneys in NYC, yellow st. louis GM. it cost me a pretty penny, but i've been debating/saving up for a bag like this since last summer. it holds my books for school and some overnight gear, plus all my usual stuff for everyday. it's often completely stuffed.

i originally wanted to get the white, but sales lady told me the white is the only one that would require maintenance so i got the yellow one instead.

most ppl dont recognize the bag, which is why i ultimately chose goyard over the LV nevrfull.

it's EXTREMELY light, weighing almost nothing on the shoulder. my previous bag was leather and heavy without any of my stuff so this is a much better alternative. the straps are thin but they stay put, i rarely have to adjust them on my shoulder, it just sits well.

i am a little concerned about the amount of stuff i put in it, the fabric is so thin and i've had bags break right at the handle before. so far this is holding up to the hype, the sales lady said it should last me a good 4-5 years, so we'll see :) i have a feeling i'll be in for another one soon, maybe the smaller one or the fidji :)

10/06/2009 11:05 PM  
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12/11/2009 6:53 PM  
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12/13/2009 5:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

only the commoner would go for the LV / Prada (except chanel) and whatever new brands popping out like weeds in my garden! and those who have the LV disease... its not a disease... its like... u guys seems to have this quotation that every walkin closet needs a place for 1 LV... but take note... only people who has no sense of style can never own a goyard... look around... how many goyard can u see peeps carrying it in the mall... GO FIGURE! all i can say... Only goyard handbag electrifies me!~!! and im loving every inch of it!

12/31/2009 12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

garçon said...
<<(...)so go on w/ your crappy Prada or Vuitton and go shopping in a Carrefour (i think it is the same than a Wal-Mart for you in USA)

I kind of really like your blog...go on!!!! you're not really nice but it sounds ok and funny!

(sorry for my bad english I'm french...which is not a good excuse!)>>

Yes, you shouldn't have to excuse your bad english. But your comment sounds rude and I hope you don't use the excuse of being 'French'

1/07/2006 4:31 AM

1/15/2010 5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i've been to Barneys in Beverly Hills & seen Goyard handbags. i fell in love with the Saigon MM in orange. i thought its unique & vibrant looking! i may get it or... rather get a Birkin 30cm? in Ciel?? you guys shouldn't battle on the purse brand issue. don't hate! appreciate! they're all fabulous! & if you can own all of them, hey! may the force be with you! haha!

4/06/2010 4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For all of those who think they are so fashionably in the know and ahead for owning a Goyard, just because you carry a goyard it does not make you fashionable. The bag may be seen as a fashionable status symbol, yes... but you, no you're still irrelevant. so please just shut up.

4/23/2010 12:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Threre is Vuitton for thousand of mass Rolex fans, and there is Goyard for Patek Philippe's ones. ;-)

9/10/2010 3:38 AM  
Anonymous Kelis said...

everybody needs to stop comparing Goyard to LV, Goyard is exclusive & high class, why do you think this brand only has a hand full of stores?? to keep it that way. so it wouldnt be like LV, wich has obviously become MASS PRODUCTION. like who would even wanna be seen with an LV anymore or gucci or prada for that matter, all those brands have totally lost their status, since you see 20 fakes at every corner of the street.
If you have a Goyard you know something about elegance and style. and those who hate on it, are probably tasteless or they just can't afford it.
tho i dont mind people hating the bag, the more people hating it the less people wearing it... which then again keeps it even more exclusive!
so keep on hating i would say, ur only making us look better.

9/18/2010 3:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think whatever brand of handbags you carry tell what kind of person you are. The Goyard carriers show that they are rich but humble, not want to be known. The LV carriers show that they wanna show off but do not really have the money.

7/06/2011 3:56 PM  
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Anonymous Les said...

I only like 3 things about my St. Louis Goyard tote I bought in France:

1) Waterproof
2) Big opening to put in and take stuff from.
3) Simple/colorful/customizable designs.

But after my car keys made a hole in the bag..It's not the almost-perfect-throw-around bag I expected :( All I can say is, now, people would just buy it for the history of the name, exclusivity, and because some celebrity spent thousands on a grocery bag.."and why shouldn't I..I'm a sucker"?

I won't buy another Goyard bag..but perhaps the luggages/trunks ;)

12/06/2011 11:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let me add my 2 cents to this old blog. Goyard, like any other well established brand, can be just as beautiful or ugly as any other brand. Your gonna have pieces that you love from Goyard, LV, Gucci, Prada, Valextra, etc. and ones that you hate. The key is getting something that is worth the money, in terms of quality, and is different and unique; something that sets you apart. To me, Gucci's quality overall is superb. I have several shoes that I had for years and they still look brand new. Anyone that has them can make the same claim. Likewise, with Dolce and Gabbana. LV has many sturdy pieces as well, but I like to purchase pieces that do not scream Louis Vuitton.

I have examined Goyard products a couple years ago, and honestly some of their pieces looked like knock offs. I couldn't believe it! I was so disappointed! However, their luggage looked solid. I will purchase a St. Louis grand modele because I need something that is sturdy, roomy, and unique for work and that would be perfect. I just don't feel an allegiance to any one brand. Although I love the historical background of these brands, especially Goyard...I'm just not a slave to any of them.

3/12/2012 6:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

5 Goyard handbags and counting!!! Exceptional bags for the exceptional buyer! Gorgeous! The colours are so vibrant and alive! Love 'em all!

4/04/2012 9:39 AM  
Anonymous MapleStory Mesos said...

Very cool. I always enjoy the interviews. Thanks for having this blog

7/14/2012 3:49 PM  
Anonymous duane said...

I noticed that this blog started in 2005. 2005 I knew nothing of Goyard. Fast forward to 2013, Goyard has carved its on path and continues to grow. To the many that said Goyard will never BE, I guess you guys are eating your words now. I am a male and I have purchased many high-end bags for my wife. There is something special about Goyard. Its an acquired taste and the exclusivity of the brand speaks volumes.

5/16/2013 11:28 AM  
Anonymous Joaquin said...

I have the Voltaire in black. The paint had come off and Goyard says it's normal for that to happen. I paid almost $3,000 for a bag that the paint is coming off? I'll never buy another one again! I love the design but the quality is ridiculous. How is that ok?

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