Vogue magazine made a short list of some of the best brands you can get bespokes products of. Text edition customed by you, like your name initials or a quote you loved and even exclusive colours are some options you can take. Let’s see Vogue‘s choices for ths bespoke trend.


Louis Vuitton

Now it’s possible to take your eyes away from you luggage. The luxurious Louis Vuitton brand has a service that allow customers to stamp their name initials on the bags. As long as you buy make any LV purchase, from wallets and bags to old school trunks, it will be free to do that. In some versions, you can even put some multiple permutations of coloured stripes.


Edie Parker

Women will fall in love for this. Edie Parker,’s clutches are now customizable with your name in sparkly and pearlescent metallic shades. But it’s not just your name that can be a sign of exclusiveness, but also the handmade aspect, that means your purchase as unique shapes. Buy them in USA or order online.



Le Pilage bags signal the 20th aniversary of the brand. You decide the size, the way and, once more, it’s possible to personalize it with your initials. Is this rare? No, it’s unique.



High quality stationery suppliers by Smythson of Bond Street gives you an opportunity of stamping letters in gold and motifs by hand. You can add it onto diaries and leathergoods, all easily done with the click of your mouse.


Burberry, Rag & Bone and Christopher Esber

It starts to be common to see models with their initials on clothing. Burberry’s blanket capes, Rag & Bone‘s silk bombers or pyjama shirts and Christopher Esber‘s utilitarian tabs are struggling for customers to be treated like those models, in the way they can custom their clothes.

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Anya Hindmarch

A journal, a keepsafe box or a passport case are now avaliable for you to personalize. Have this bespoke honour and even include your own photograph.

What purchase you would like to be avaliable for customization? How would you want it?