On the first day of January, 1896, Georges Vuitton, the son of the founder of the Louis Vuitton brand, designed the signature Monogram. This personal signature was designed to honor his late father, the founder of the company. The Monogram was created using the family emblem of the Vuitton family – the “Vuitton” initials – and the shield of their coat of arms. This emblem was painted in gold on a bed of dark brown or black, against a white background. This design was later used on luggage and handbags. The LV Monogram canvas represents innovation, design, and timelessness combined with the elegance of the House’s heritage of savoir-faire. The iconic print can be found on many products, from the Neverfull to the iconic Speedy, Alma, and other styles of replica handbags and replica wallets.