Speaking of the pattern package, we have to mention LV, the evolution of which about pattern is always dazzling. Today, we will look at the evolutionary history of this century-old luxury card from some LV pattern patterns.
More than a hundred years ago, LV suffered from the plagiarism of the pattern, simply it combined the company name “LV” in the pattern, which is the reason for the birth of the old LV pattern. Monogram has witnessed too many classics in the past 100 years. From the Speedy 25 that Audrey Hepburn loves, Monogram canvas can be seen as light, soft and durable material, as well as waterproof and highly scratch-resistant.
LV Monogram Multicolor
The classic pattern of Louis Vuitton has been in the three colors for centuries. Murakami’s 33 colors of Monogram Multicolor, plus the childlike innocent smile, as well as delicate and attractive cherries, letting LV get rid of the “old-fashion” cookie cutter. In 2010, the Cosmic Blossom series was launched. It is also waterproof and highly scratch-resistant.
LV Kusama wave point
In 2012, the cooperation between Marc Jacobs and Japan’s Yayoi Kusama about creating a wave point series is amazing. Louis Vuitton created a dream of eternal love with a dot pattern with no starting point and ending point. The iconic feature pattern of Yayoi’s Fragments between the grass expresses her signature red and white color combination, as well as black and yellow. The avant-garde expression on this dress once again puts LV on the throne of leading contemporary fashion.
LV Monogram Pulp Weekender
In the spring and summer of 2008, Paris Fashion Week, when the international supermodel dressed as a sexy nurse, carrying the quirky and dirty LV bag on the runway, the fashion world was shocked. Weekender is based on Richard’s most famous dirty graffiti, imprinting and comics to create a variety of seemingly dirty LV bags.
LV Monogram Mirror metallic patent leather
In 2006, Sylvie Fleury was invited by Marc Jacobs to design the “Keepall” travel bag bronze chrome sculpture, interpreting and interpreting the concept of “material worship”. Sylvie Fleury’s work also became the inspiration for Marc Jacobs’s Monogram Mirror handbag for LV.
LV Monogram Graffiti Presbyopia with Letter Printing Series
In 2001, Marc Jacobs invited Stephen Sprouse to create the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer collection. The handbags in the join of the double persons were Louis Vuitton’s first creative design on the classic Monogram canvas. Unfortunately, Stephen Sprouse died in 2004. In 2009, Marc Jacobs launched the famous Graffiti in the name of old friends and commemorating idols.
Louis Vuitton From the original counterfeit Trianon pattern to the Damier Canvas, which marks the “marque L. Vuitton déposée” (registered trademark of L.Vuitton), the brand has undergone too much change. But the only constant is the pursuit of fashion.