Louis Vuitton's son George used the abbreviation L and V of his father's name to match the pattern of flowers to design the monogram printed on Monogram Canvas, which is still world-renowned in the 21st century. During the First World War, Louis Vuitton changed to make a stretcher that can be folded for military suitcases in order to meet the needs of the time. After the war, he concentrated on making suitcases, and won the favor of many celebrities, and orders were endless. In the era of Louis Vuitton’s grandson, Gaston, the product has been pushed to the pinnacle of luxury, creating a special-purpose box, some with tortoiseshell and ivory combs and mirrors, and Of crystal perfume bottles decorated with sterling silver. Louis Vuitton will also tailor a variety of products to individual customers according to their requirements. A whole century has passed, and the monogram canvas bag printed with the unique pattern of the "LV" logo has become a fashion classic along with the rich legendary colors and the Athens design. Over the past 100 years, the world has undergone many changes, and people's pursuits and aesthetic concepts have also changed accordingly. However, Louis Vuitton has not only an outstanding reputation, but now maintains an unparalleled charm.