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{28 February 2007}   Takashi Murakami For Louis Vuitton

Perhaps the most recognized luxury brand in the world comes in two letters: LV. The Louis Vuitton brand is one of the most coveted and counterfeited. But really makes a Vuitton worth it? Well, there’s the status symbol tag attached to it, the craftsmanship, and the quality of the goods. The classic monogram LV on brown leather is getting a makeover.

Thanks to the collaboration of LV’s art director Marc Jacobs and Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, they have created the new Monogram Multicolore canvas range of goods.This range features the classic monogram canvas patterns in 33 different colors on either black or white background. Another pattern is the Cherry blossom which was only produced in limited numbers.

Personally, this range has more fun side to it. It made the bags more appealing to a younger market because of the colors. The Cherry Blossoms were a hit. Sadly, it was discontinued. Aww. I liked the colors on the white background, it just looked so fresh and fun but still maintaining the feel of the classic.

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