Louis Vuitton commissioned Takashi Murakami to design a manga-inspired logo in 2002, this was one of the most iconic moments for the brand "Art meets Fashion". Murakami was one of the worlds most up and coming artists, his was famous for his pop-infused Superflat paintings which sold at auction at astronomical prices. Murakami was quoted as the "Japanese Andy Warhol" in Forbes.
Murakami for the Spring/Summer 2003 collection redesigned the iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram print. Murakami used fun colours to reinvent the LV Monogram print. This soon became an instant hit amongst celebs and the most fashionable elite. It is one of the most iconic moments in fashion history. All the 2000's favourite celebs were seen toting the Murakami collection. This 2000's collection is now rare and hard to find! Nearly 20 years later trendsetters and fashionistas are bringing this collaboration back to the forefront of fashion.
Takeshi Murakami's Cherry Blossom pochette is pictured in one of the most iconic film of the 2000's Mean Girls.
Pictured is the "Japanese Andy Warhol" Takeshi Murakami infant of one of his famous pieces of art.
Kourtney Kardashian is spotted wearing one of this iconic Louis Vuitton Multicolour bags.
Bella Hadid is spotted wearing the Louis Vuitton Cherry Keepall Bandouliere. This is one of the most popular pieces that Murakami created for Louis Vuitton.
Kendall Jenner is wearing the Louis Vuitton Murakami Mini pochette's. This is such a super cute rainbow mini bag. Total 2000's vibes.
Kylie Jenner is pictured with some of her Louis Vuitton Murakami Collection. Kylie Jenner is cute the bag connoisseur., her handbag collection is one of the most extensive and has some of the rarest bags in the world.
Super model and trendsetter Kendall Jenner is carrying another LV Multicolour bag. The Murakami bag makes this outfit.
Pictured is Ariana Grande wearing the Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami 'Cherry Blossom Monogram Papillon' tote in the Video for her music video "Thank U, Next".