Louis Vuitton (estb. 1854), founded by Louis Vuitton in 1954 in Paris, is a luxury French fashion house that began with luggage design. In 1858, Vuitton introduced the slat trunk, the design that is still used today. In 1959, he moved his workshop to Asnieres, and his son, Georges, took over the company in 1892 after his death. He introduced the signature LV Monogram canvas in 1896. The monogram’s symbol, the graphic flower and quatrefoil, reflected the Oriental design trend of the late Victorian era and is the company’s dominant canvas. In 1890, the company patented the tumbler lock, which is still used today. A wide range of men’s and women’s collection is also found under this brand.