In late July, accessories, created for Louis Vuitton by the artist Takashi Murakami, forever disappear from the stores of the brand. Buy now, not to look for then famous handbags and purses on Ebay.
For the first time the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami Louis Vuitton monogram painted in 2003 at the invitation of Marc Jacobs, who until recently was the creative director of the French House. But the years go by, got behind the wheel of the brand Nicolas Ghesquière, the brand has set its sights on a slightly aggressive futuristic minimalism, and 12 years after the beginning of cooperation, it was decided to cease to produce bags and other accessories with bright, colorful characters Louis Vuitton.
For houses that hard (and very successfully) working on the reputation of a progressive brand, such a move looks very balanced. Bags decorated Multicolor Monogram, wore the most fashionable girl beginning zero: with them lit up Paris Hilton, Jessica Simpson and the other main characters of the chaotic era that is now associated with the deliberate sexuality, tanning, pink plush costumes and small dogs in their hands. Although bright monogram on white and black background even today look modern and quite organically fit into the current aesthetics of the brand, Louis Vuitton decided to abandon the outdated baggage of association and move forward.
Accessories from the permanent collection Multicolor Monogram disappear from stores in late July 2015, and new copies will not be made.