La Victoire

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About La Victoire

Pour la Victoire is the brainchild of Jay Adoni and David Giordano, who in 2007 combined their many years in the fashion industry to create one seriously hot shoe line — inspired by Parisian panache. Their sandals, boots, and flats bring together a streetwise sensibility with fine craftsmanship and quality materials. The result is a provocative, wide-ranging collection that includes everything from two-tone spectators and ballet flats to strappy, sky-high stilettos and hardy, rough-riding boots. In 2010, Adoni and Giordano launched La Victoire, a sumptuous line of richly hued tote bags, satchels and other handbags.

Past Sales Featuring La Victoire

Sale Ended April 26, 2012

La Victoire Handbags

Here at Gilt, we ask a lot of our handbags. Luckily, La Victoire always delivers. Whether we're in the mood for slouchy, roomy carryalls or something a bit more bold, the brand always nails the styles of the moment. Bright totes, edgy satchels, metallic shoulder bags — you're hereby advised to snatch up these styles before we beat you to it!

Sale Ended September 02, 2013


Chic, outfit-making accessories at some of the best prices of the season — how can you resist? Dress up your look with everything from leather satchels and printed scarves to tortoiseshell sunnies and crocheted totes.

Sale Ended August 24, 2013

Handbags by Pour La Victoire & More

On the hunt for classic carryalls with a few on-trend twists? You've come to the right place. Whether you’re in the mood for slouchy leather hobos in citrus brights or structured satchels and totes trimmed in neutral hues, these of-the-moment picks will have you armed with a more polished everyday handbag.

Sale Ended January 12, 2012

The Black Bag

Surely you’ve got a closet full of LBDs, but how’s your stash of LBBs? This sale features our favorite black bags from a bevy of designers, including Nanette Lepore, Marc Jacobs, House of Harlow 1960, and plenty more. Flap clutches, leather satchels, embossed crossbodies — you name it, we’ve got it.