December 7, 2018

The StockX Luxe Lowdown: Louis Vuitton Neverfull Price Increases, Murakami Multicolore and Future Vintage Balenciaga


Content Director, StockX Bags

Hot Right Now

Louis Vuitton took almost all the top spots at StockX this month, as shopping season got underway. Highlights included Louis Vuitton’s newly released outer space-inspired Monogram Galaxy collection as seen on this on the functional pocket organizer and LV’s mini Palm Springs backpack (a favorite of Rihanna and Bella Hadid) in the fashion house’s signature brown Monogram canvas.

Not to be completely outdone, Gucci’s 8 card slot wallet featuring the GG Supreme canvas in black and Alessandro Michele’s kingsnake motif was a popular choice for November, too. 

Price Change 

Months ago, internet rumors swirled about the discontinuation one of LV’s most beloved bags: The Neverfull.

Introduced in 2007, the Neverfull attracted a large following thanks to its durability and functionality. Purported to hold up to 200 lbs, it isn’t called the “Neverfull” for nothing. While LV has neither confirmed nor denied the rumor, it might have had an impact on prices – these three Neverfull bags on StockX increased by an average of 20% over the last 6 months. 

Less Than $500

Not every designer bag purchase you make has to break the bank. Here are the best buys under $500 for the season at StockX right now.


Balenciaga Pouch


Stella McCartney Falabella Clutch


Gucci Bifold Wallet



Future Vintage

Don’t sleep on this Balenciaga Explorer backpack which features a stylized logo in the same design as Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign logo, a motif inspired by corporate culture.


Spotted: Travis Scott carrying a Keepall from LV’s discontinued multicolore line with Takashi Murakami. The collaboration between Murakami and then-Louis Vuitton creative director Marc Jacobs began in 2003 and became an instant hit, with the multicolore Speedy becoming the “it” bag of the time. Items from this line are becoming increasingly hard to find since it was discontinued in 2015 – but StockX is a perfect place to get a piece of Murakami x LV history, like the Insolite Wallet and Monogram Multicolore Keepall