INTRODUCING LOUIS VUITTON’S NEW CHAIN FLOWER PRINTlouisvuitton Handbags
During his 16-year tenure at the helm of Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs tended to experiment with prints in a few specific ways; either he went for straightforward takes on the brand's iconic monogram and Damier patterns, or he brought in an art world titan to shake up the monogram for a limited edition capsule collection. Nicolas Ghesquiere, on the other hand, has shown quite a penchant for seasonal prints that have a vaguer link to Vuitton traditions, and the latest is Spring 2016's Chain Flower print.
The print takes the floral motifs from LV's signature monograms and transforms them into links on a chain that's rendered big and bold across contrasting Epi leather, reminiscent of the prints popular on silk scarves in the 80s. Chain Flower does a nice job of walking the line between brand conventions and something completely new, and those tired of logo-covered Vuitton bags will be happy to note it completely eschews the letters L and V.
Check out the first bags available in the print below.
LOUIS VUITTON CHAIN FLOWER ALMA BB BAG
LOUIS VUITTON CHAIN FLOWER CLUNY MM BAG
LOUIS VUITTON CHAIN FLOWER MINI LOCKIT BAG
LOUIS VUITTON CHAIN FLOWER PETITE MALLE CLUTCH
LOUIS VUITTON CHAIN FLOWER TWIST SHOULDER BAG