Louis Vuitton was one of the first luxury labels to focus on the use of collaborations to create limited edition collections for their own brand. This started in 1996 with a “Celebration Monogram” collection contributed to by seven famous fashion designers in honor of the 100th birthday of the brand’s monogram print. Since then, Louis Vuitton’s timeless Monogram has been continually reimagined through the lens of iconic artists, starting under Marc Jacobs creative direction in the early 2000s. Collaborations have remained a vital part of the DNA of the LV brand. Through these collaborations, the individualistic style of each artist brings to life Louis Vuitton bags that brand collectors and enthusiasts clamor for as soon as they are released, and for many years after they are discontinued.
Just below, you’ll find covetable collaboration pieces to shop right now from Takashi Murakami, Stephen Sprouse, Richard Price, and Yayoi Kusama.