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Louis Vuitton Patterns and Prints

You can tell a lot about a bag just by glancing at it. Unique prints are used by fashion businesses to make their products stand out from the crowd. Even in the thick of Times Square’s hustle and bustle, you can spot a Louis Vuitton bag thanks to its distinctive design.

Even if you don’t know who Louis Vuitton is, you can wear a Louis Vuitton bag with anything. Thus, it should come as no surprise that they are coveted by trend-setters and copied by counterfeiters. This article will discuss the many Louis Vuitton prints and patterns available, from the brand’s historic and enduring designs to its recent and increasingly popular partnerships with contemporary artists.

Louis Vuitton Prints

We are confident that anyone, regardless of their familiarity with the fashion industry, will recognize a Louis Vuitton pattern (either on a Real Bag or on a replcia Louis Vuitton as discussed here). As time goes on, the price of bags with hot chocolate-colored designs rises even further.

Monogram Canvas

The most popular Louis Vuitton handbag material is monogram canvas. It has a pebbled texture, is water-resistant, and is quite robust. The canvas of several vintage monogram bags is in near-perfect condition. Keeping this canvas clean is a breeze. Canvas may be cleaned by wiping it down with a moist towel.

Monogram canvas is prone to tearing. This is not common. It is possible to avoid cracking by applying a leather moisturizer/conditioner to the canvas on an annual basis.

Vachetta leather trim and handles are typically found on monogram canvas purses. With wear and time, vacchetta leather darkens in color. In order to avoid water stains, vachetta should be properly sealed.

Louis Vuitton Epi leather

Durable Louis Vuitton Epi leather is made from calfskin. The distinctive textured print on the bag makes it comfortable to the touch, but it also makes it vulnerable to damage. Your Epi leather bag does not require any extra care or maintenance, so you can use it as much as you like. There will be some little wear and tear over time, especially in the corners and other high-touch places, but it is unlikely that anyone will notice it. Regular use is not a problem for this Louis Vuitton pattern.

To clean your bag, simply dampen a cloth and wipe it down. Epi leather is water-resistant, although it must be dried after a snowstorm or rainstorm. To prevent color fading, store the bag in a dust bag away from direct sunlight.

Vernis leather

Patent leather is a close relative of this. It’s shiny and smooth, with a firm, glossy finish. Vernis leather is available in a wide range of hues, some of which have a subtle micro-glitter look.

Vernis is water-resistant for the most part. The most annoying problem with Vernis is that it changes color when left out in the sun for an extended amount of time. Vernis requires the most attention when being stored. Vernis frequently develops defects after being exposed to direct sunlight for an extended amount of time or after being placed close to a colored item for an extended period.

Louis Vuitton Canvas Damier Ebene finish

Damier Canvas, not Monogram Canvas, was the first of its kind. With the striped Raye canvas still being copied, Vuitton wanted to go even further with his design. ‘ Louis Vuitton’s hallmark “marque L. Vuitton déposée” first appeared on the Damier Canvas pattern he designed in 1888. As a commemoration to mark the 100th anniversary of Monogram canvas’s introduction, the first Damier canvas was brought back into production in 2008. The French word “Damier” means “Checker Board” in English. Since Damier Ebene is printed in short lines of two colors of brown on black coated canvas to create the distinctive and charming checkered pattern, it fades to black when gently used.

Alliance Collections by Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton has collaborated with contemporary artists in addition to the classic prints used on the brand’s bags. As a consequence of the collaborations with great photographers and painters, Louis Vuitton collections have received a new lease on life and gained new followers. In the end, only a small number of the objects were produced, and the majority of them ended up in the collections of collectors.

Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons

To honor five iconic artists, Jeff Koons used gold letters to spell out their titles and the Louis Vuitton mark over their paintings. He is one of the best-known living artists in the world now. Louis Vuitton fans were split on the Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons collaboration, and many people had strong feelings about it.

Supreme and Louis Vuitton 

The 2017 partnership between Louis Vuitton and American streetwear brand Supreme was undoubtedly the most ground-breaking on this list. Modern fashionistas were swooning over the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collaboration. Kim Jones and James Jebbia, the founders of Supreme, showed the menswear collection at Fashion Week in January 2017.

A prominent red and white Supremes box emblem appears on Louis Vuitton’s products in the new collection. This year, Louis Vuitton’s iconic Monogram print was now available in Supreme colors. Three distinct types of leather were used to make the bags in this collection: camouflage fabric, red Epi leather, and black Epi leather.

Even though this print was first released in 2010, its instant fame should come as no surprise. Monogram’s famous pattern was meticulously carved into the leather, creating a striking effect. Seeing a photo of a bag with this pattern, you’d be tempted to touch all the embellishments. The Louis Vuitton Black Monogram Empreinte Mazarine MM is a great example of this at our online store. Several contemporary designs of the brand’s characteristic prints can be found on a wide range of products.

This design is attractive and long-lasting due to its high level of sturdiness. As a result, it is become known as “canvas models” and is considered a Louis Vuitton classic. Empreinte is tough, yet it can be scratched and damaged in a variety of ways.

It doesn’t require any particular care for this leather. It can survive the rain and your hand lotions, as well. You don’t have to wipe it down before storing it in a dust bag. However, you should exercise caution when handling such a priceless possession.

Louis Vuitton Watercolor Collection 

On a fast, this Louis Vuitton design is stunning. When Richard Prince used a water-colored monogram print in soft, hazy colors, the result was magnificent. It’s as if someone just picked up a brush and started painting in the Louis Vuitton way. There are a total of 17 different colors of yellow, pink, purple, and orange used in this design. Both eye-catching and magnificent, black-and-white backgrounds are a great option.

Takashi Murakami and Louis Vuitton

It’s not surprising that this band’s mashup is recognized as the best of all time. After all, who hasn’t heard of this in-demand collar?

In 2003, Louis Vuitton teamed with Takashi Murakami, a Japanese modern artist. The well-known and widely used multi-colored monogram print is the result of this partnership. Brightly colored prints of monograms were available on either a black or a white coated canvas. In the early 2000s, celebrities such as Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears were major fans. To call these totes “it-bags” is an understatement. Since the Monogram Multicolore series was discontinued in 2015, the desire for vintage bags has risen even more.

Upon its release in 2020, the Louis Vuitton Speedy Mini Multicolore was given to Kylie Jenner’s daughter Stormi, then aged two. Her colored pencils and baby cosmetics will fit in this bag. Her iPhone, on the other hand, does not. But her Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami purse steals the show. Of course, Kylie Jenner’s endorsement of this purse has only increased its appeal.

Our favorite Louis Vuitton collaboration is the Takashi Murakami x Louis Vuitton Monogram Multicolore one. When products from this collection arrive, we are ecstatic.

Several collaborations with Takashi Murakami followed the revolutionary Monogram Multicolore series by Louis Vuitton. Cherry Blossom debuted in 2002, followed by Monogramcouflage in 2008, Rugs in 2009, and the “Character bag” series in 2010. Other collections followed.

Takashi Murakami’s 13-year partnership with Louis Vuitton has ended, the business stated in 2015. Takashi Murakami was their greatest and most typical collaborator. Art and fashion have been brought together in a unique way by these two.

Yaoyi Kusama and Louis Vuitton 

Another Japanese artist, Yaoyi Kusama, collaborated with the company in 2012. Louis Vuitton’s Marc Jacobs was a supporter of her energetic and inventive initiatives and requested her to join the house. In the end, the outcome was one of Louis Vuitton’s most distinctive and daring patterns ever. Yaoyi Kusama’s Polka Dot Monogram design was inspired by her own artwork.

It’s no surprise that Vernis leather is used in the majority of these bags, which feature the Monogram print on the foundation with clashing polka dots covering the entire surface. From the artist’s unfettered spirit, this Louis Vuitton print shines brightly and beautifully.