simple Actions Make Big Differences – Louis Vuitton’s Honor To Earth Day

I am really a great fan of Louis Vuitton handbags. Everyday, as soon as I open my computer, I am in the habit of browsing the official site of Louis Vuitton. April 22, the Earth Day, I have a strong feeling that the famous luxury brand Louis Vuitton would do something in honor of the international day. In fact, it does. In its website, it announced that in support of Earth Day, it will donate 15% off all sales purchased on their online store to the Climate Project.

What is the project? In fact, The Climate Project is a non-profit organization based in Nashville, TN that focuses on increasing public awareness of the climate crisis at a grassroots level in the United States and abroad. Louis Vuitton has been a longtime supporter of the environmental charity, which has benefited from the brand’s Core Values campaigns since 2007. In my opinion, it is a good day to purchase a new, or your first Louis Vuitton handbag. What’s more, we can celebrate the great Earth Day and make a little contribution to our earth. What a wonderful thing it is!

“We are thrilled to collaborate with The Climate Project and promote environmental awareness in honor of Earth Day,” said Daniel Lalonde, President and CEO of Louis Vuitton, North America. “Over the past few years Louis Vuitton has voluntarily made efforts to reduce the impact of its activities on the environment. In addition we are proud to be able to support The Climate Project in its inspiring quest to raise awareness of the climate crisis.”

If you’re looking for the ideal Earth Day bag, I suggest this Monogram Graffiti and Monogram Roses line with delicate green print against the classic Monogram Canvas background from the new Stephen Sprouse collection. The vibrant green graffiti is absolutely ideal for the day’s environmental focus!

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