Your Ultimate Guide to Top 10 Louis Vuitton Neverfull Limited Editions
Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM doesn’t have a long story a Speedy but it’s the most popular LV bag released in the XXI century.
This is not an exaggeration. Neverfull was released in 2007 and today we still see it on the streets, be it a classic Monogram / Damier version or a specific limited edition.
Why is Louis Vuitton Neverfull so popular? Partly its success is based on the ideal size and the super comfy opening.
I love Neverfulls cause they're lightweight and the strap sits comfortably on the shoulder.
How do these thin straps are capable of resisting up to 231 lbs? and not torn after many years of use? It's like a miracle.
However, I've always been a fan of unique bags.
Neverfull had so many versions and limited editions that you can always find a perfect color scheme.
Let's discuss Louis Vuitton Neverfull limited editions, shall we?
10. Louis Vuitton Epi Neverfull MM Rose Ballerine
This is not a limited edition but this purse worth its place in our rating. Isn't it amazing? I had this bag and I really regret I sold it as I can't find it anywhere.
This Epi Neverfull comes with a pouch so not only you get the bag, but you also get a cute smaller accessory that you can either sell or use for your daily purposes.
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Epi leather bags are underrated. Monogram canvas and Damier Ebene are recognizable but Epi is much more durable and it barely has any potential issues.
You’ll face rubs on corners but that will happen anyway with Monogram as well.
Bags released in 2012-2013 had issues with glazing but modern bags are safe to purchase.
I believe this color is discontinued in most of the regions so you can only find this bag on the preloved items market.
9. Louis Vuitton Tahitienne Neverfull MM (2017)
Part of the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2017 Tahitienne collection, this Damier Azur Neverfull with a pink floral pattern is one of the most coveted Neverfull limited edition pieces.
Somehow it reminds us about the interpretation of a Stephen Sprouse Roses Neverfull, at the same time it's classy and very recognizable.
Tahitienne Neverfull is a perfect summer bag. It matches any style and goes perfect with a T-shirt, jeans and espadrilles.
Pink is a very special color when it comes to Neverfulls. The pink interior gives this bag a special touch. I bet if only the interior were beige, it would be less popular.
A preloved Louis Vuitton Tahitienne will cost you from $1200 to $1600 with pouch. It can be a little less if there's no pouch.
8. Louis Vuitton Monogram Ikat Neverfull MM (2013)
If you're into floral bags, pay attention to a beautiful the Monogram Ikat line features the "Articles de Voyages" motif on the front with calfskin leather trim in different colors: blue, orange, pink, fuchsia, green.
The monogram print ensures that this Neverfull Limited Edition is recognizable and the colorful leather trim makes it different and unique. I personally love the
The interior is lined with Ikat floral print throughout, to make this a stunning Limited Edition piece that you will cherish for years to come.
This collection offers a lot of diversity and the huge part about it is the floral print and lining color.
Unfortunately, this version of the Neverfull was released without pouch but here's another beautiful thing: the Ikat Neverfull is reversible and you can wear it inside out.
7. Louis Vuitton Masters Collection Van Gogh Neverfull MM (2017)
As soon as the Masters Collection was released, Louis Vuitton faced a lot of hate from their loyal buyers.
I love art in a museum but a bag for over $3000 with ugly big letters on it - what's that supposed to do with fashion?
Seemed like everyone had mixed feelings about the collection and I'm not an exception.
I hated the collection until I first saw a Louis Vuitton Monet Metis in person. It turned out to be a stunning version of the bag I really liked.
I still don't love the big golden letters but apart from that, it's a breathtaking purse.
The interior was all luxury smooth leather, the light blue color was the color of the sky on a sunny day. I even did a video review, check it out here:
After a while, we also received a Louis Vuitton Van Gogh Neverfull MM.
You'll be surprised how dramatically different the pictures and the reality are.
I have to tell you the truth, I just love Van Gogh. I love the color scheme they selected for this Neverfull. Look at that:
Now, this Neverfull Limited Edition does have a pouch, which can be a great accessory by itself.
Generally, this bag may cost you between $2,300-$3,200. You can buy the Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM Van Gogh at Bagaholic, check it out here.
6. Louis Vuitton World Tour Neverfull MM (2016)
Throughout history, Louis Vuitton has always been a brand for travelers.
In 2016 new Louis Vuitton creative director Nicolas Ghesquere decided to upgrade the classic monogram canvas and continue the travel motif by releasing a World Tour collection.
The collection is known for black trims and handles and some hotel stickers all over our favorite bags such as Speedy, Alma, Keepall and - of course - Neverfull.
If you don't like stickers, remember that you can always customize your item when buying it at LV. Pick up one or two stickers that don't look that clumsy.
The reason this Neverfull edition deserves attention is that it's apparently void of vachetta. Black is the best color for the handles and it's extremely easy to use.
This Neverfull also comes with a pouch that has stickers that make it special.
5. Louis Vuitton Neverfull Jungle Dots (2016)
Another Neverfull with pink lining was part of the 2016 Spring-Summer collection. She's a nice one!
This Neverfull was released in two colors.
It either has red dots or blue dots across the canvas. The pink interior makes it even more special.
I regret only one thing. The pouch from this version doesn't have any red/blue dots. It's just a monogram pouch with pink lining.
This Jungle Dot edition is not very expensive. It'll cost you around $1,500-$1,800 depending on condition and whether it comes with a pouch.
4. Louis Vuitton Rayures Neverfull MM (2011)
On a rare occasion, Louis Vuitton released a limited edition of the largest Neverfull.
If you need a larger bag but you also want it to be special, the Neverfull Rayures is the one to hunt for.
This is a highly collectible item that's hard to find and even harder to get.
Rihanna loves this bag and so will you.
3. Louis Vuitton Catogram Neverfull MM (2019)
A collaboration with Grace Coddington may be the best for cat persons. Who doesn't love cats anyway?
This collection was released in two prints, black and white. Both are beautiful.
We love this bag for its bright orange interior and cute pouch that you can definitely use as a separate purse.
This Neverfull is very rare. The price is about $2,500-$3,000.
2. Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse Graffiti Neverfull MM
Louis Vuitton Graffiti is another gem in the Neverfull line. The graffiti design was introduced to the fashion house collection by Stephen Sprouse in 2001.
This 2008 Graffiti collection was created as an homage after Sprouse died.
This vivid collection was released in grange, green and pink. The bag comes as is and it's one of the most coveted Neverfulls currently.
Everyone loves the bright interior and neon graffiti print across the traditional monogram.
1. Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse Roses Neverfull MM
The Stephen Sprouse Roses collection was released in 2008 and it's still - I'm not afraid to voice it - the most beautiful Louis Vuitton Neverfull.
Its classic monogram print is recognizable, however, there's a designer touch. We also admire the hot pink lining that makes you feel better even if you've had a bad day.
There are only two real disadvantages. First, it's hard to buy this Roses Neverfull in good condition.
That's something that can be solved as you can just buy a used item and replace vachetta at Louis Vuitton.
Second is the worst: this purse does have vachetta which means if you live in Canada, Belgium or Moscow forget about taking it out most of the year.
We wish someday LV would release this Neverfull again, this time with a pouch.
The price for a preloved Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse Roses Neverfull MM is usually from $999 (junk condition, stains, cracks, rubs) to over $2000 for a like-new condition.
If you're interested in learning about all Neverfull Limited editions, check out our full list of Neverfull LEs.
What's your favorite Neverfull limited edition?