Louis Vuitton Discontinues Its Takashi Murakami Collection
Louis Vuitton will be discontinuing its multicolored Takashi Murakami monogram print for its bags and accessories.
LOUIS VUITTON has announced that it is putting an end to its famous Multicolore monogram collection, designed by Takahashi Murakami.
The monogram design, which made its debut in 2003 at the brand’s spring fashion show, will slowly be phased out in stores.
Louis Vuitton declined to comment specifically on the discontinuation of the collection but said they preferred to “look forward,” according to WWD.
The Multicolore monogram collection is the label’s longest lasting to date, and was made popular by celebrities like Paris Hilton, Anna Kournikova and Jessica Simpson.
The Multicolore monogram collection is just one of many collaborations between Louis Vuitton and the artist.