The ‘Monogram Canvas’, symbol of Louis Vuitton. In 1854 Louis Vuitton established the house, but it’s his son Georges Vuitton that created the monogram in 1896, in honor of its father and it was also the day that an icon was born.
When the Monogram appeared, it was revolutionary. In the hands of Georges Vuitton, he transformed the icon into a universal symbol of modernity and today, the symbol has captured the minds of the people all around the globe.
In 1965 Gaston-Louis Vuitton recounted how his father, Georges Vuitton, had created the motifs on theMonogram Canvas: ‘First of all, the initials of the company – LV – are interlaced in such a way as to remain perfectly legible. Then a diamond. To give a specific character to the shape, he made the sides concave with a four-petal flower in the centre. Then the extension of this flower in a positive image. Finally, a circle containing a flower with four rounded petals.’
The Monogram is now recognised globally as a defining signature, both literally and metaphorically, of the House of Louis Vuitton. As it has travelled through time, certain of its features and meanings remain the same. Blurring the boundaries between craftsmanship, art and design, Louis Vuitton has repeatedly embraced the notions of innovation, collaboration and daring throughout The Monogram’s history.
It is within this context that Louis Vuitton’s ‘Celebrating Monogram’ project appears this year. It is a collection of works that shows the distinctly personal side of the Monogram; re-presenting something we think we all know in an extraordinary, individual and idiosyncratic way. Six creative iconoclasts – the best in their individual fields – who blur the lines between fashion, art, architecture and product design, have been given carte blanche to dictate and make whatever they see fit in the patterned canvas.
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Recently, we are continue view all the design about latest new Louis Vuitton Monogram Iconoclasts bag collection which designed by famous desiger including Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo in limited edition to celebrate Louis Vuitton’s 160th Anniversary. And here, we will list full Monogram LV Iconoclasts bag’s price and sizes below. Take a view and tell us what you think about those new bags, stay tuned to Cheap LV bags for more new bags sale info!
We all know Christian Louboutin is a designer famous in red sole shoes and here he also played the color on the LV shopping bag with its back panel made of calf hair, as well as the bag’s trim. The stylish shopping bag is ornamented with leather ribbons and a studded outer pocket with an eye-catching back panel of red calf hair.
Louis Vuitton Shopping Bag by Christian Louboutin
Price: $5,150.00 (USD)
Size: 11.8″ X 12.2″ X 4.7″
Louis Vuitton Shopping Trolley by Christian Louboutin
Price: $23,300.00 (USD)
Size: 8.6″ X 29.1″ X 12.2″
As a visual artist, Cindy Sherman created a LV camera messenger bag and a vanity trunk which includes drawers, makeup mirror and even a stool. Has detachable strap and leather handles make it very practical and the Trunk only available in 25 pieces which has 31 colorful drawers from small to large.
Louis Vuitton Camera Messenger Bag by Cindy Sherman
Price: $4,400.00 (USD)
Size: 13″ X 10.6″ X 6.8″
Louis Vuitton Studio in a Trunk by Cindy Sherman
Size: 23.6″ X 63″ X 25.6″
Deserves to be an architect, Frank Gehry design the New LV Twisted Box in a unique look, features rigid lines and has blue lambskin interior.
Louis Vuitton Twisted Box by Frank Gehry
Price: $4,400.00 (USD)
Size: 8.3″ X 4.1″ X 4.7″
This time, Chanek and Fendi’s Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld also created a punkching bag and a trunk for Louis Vuitton’s 160th Anniversary. And the Punching bag brings a fresh, feminie allure to iconic Monogram canvas. Comes in three sizes, Baby, PM and GM which designed for city wear which has chain and leather handles.
Louis Vuitton Punching Bag Baby by Karl Lagerfeld
Size:9.9″ X 13″ X 6.1″
Louis Vuitton Punching Bag PM by Karl Lagerfeld
Size:10.6″ X 15.4″ X 7.5″
Louis Vuitton Punching Bag GM by Karl Lagerfeld
Size: 15.4″ X 22″ X 11.9″
Louis Vuitton Punching Suitcase by Karl Lagerfeld
Size:18″ X 15″ X 5″
Louis Vuitton Punching Trunk by Karl Lagerfeld
Size:23.6″ X 65.4″ X 18.9″
A backpack made of Monogram Canvas and shearling designed by Industrial Designer Marc Newson which in a truly functional object. Three colorways available like blue, brige and orange.
Louis Vuitton Fleece Pack by Marc Newson
Price: $5,900.00 (USD)
Size: 12.2″ X 19″ X 8.5″
Rei Kawakubo is a Japanese Fashion designer and this time he will bring a new bag with holes. Sleek and capacious, the bag is a natural for travel in durable monogram canvas.
Louis Vuitton Bag with Holes by Rei Kawakubo
Price: $2,790.00 (USD)
Size: 13″ X 16.5″ X 5.5″
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Yesterday, after take a view the latest Louis Vuitton Ad Campaign for the Monogram Iconoclasts bag collection, here, Karl Lagerfeld again pick six different model LV Monogram Iconoclasts bag in a look.
Monogram leather Louis Vuitton bags been the most classic and timeless materials since they founded the brand of Louis Vuitton in the year of 1854. And in it’s 160th anniversary, Louis Vuitton hold the “The Icon and The Iconoclasts: Celebrating Monogram” project appears which invited six of the World’s design pioneers to reinterpret the famed monogram for a series of accessories.
And the six designer include Karl Lagerfeld, Frank Gehry, Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman and Rei Kawakubo. And here are some of the new design LV Monogram show below, take a view and tell us what you think about it and stay tuned to Cheap LV Bags for more new lv bags update!