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Monogram motifs by Louis Vuitton
Surprisingly enough: Louis Vuitton Monogram motif isn’t the oldest motif! But it is the most recognizable pattern.
This pattern was born in 1896, by Georges Vuitton – son of Louis Vuitton. It combines stylized symbols from flowers and two LV letters, short for Louis Vuitton. You may not know, this Louis Vuitton pattern is inspired by Japanese and Asian art that was very popular in the late Victorian period.
The first Monogram Canvas version
The first bag uses a Louis Vuitton monogram pattern made of traditional vinyl-covered canvas material; leather handle vachetta. The characteristic of vachetta leather is that it will darken over time, turning amber / caramel sweet. The good thing is, the color of the vachetta leather over the years is very similar to the monogram pattern!
Louis Vuitton Monogram Multicolore
In 2003, Louis Vuitton shook hands with Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. This project launched a line of prints Monogram Multicolore. Murakami artist neo-pop art, his works showy and vivid. Monogram Multicolore motifs also combine up to 33 separate colors.
Louis Vuitton Monogram Denim
During the reign of Marc Jacobs, he introduced a series of younger versions of the monogram. One version is a Louis Vuitton monogram woven on denim. This version is popular with young people because of its youthful colors like gray, green, pink, gray and black. It has appeared in French fashion bags and shoes since 2005.
Today, the Louis Vuitton monogram denim product has more variations. For example, New Wave handbags using denim material with embossed monogram embroidery. Or tote bag made from woven denim umbrella style checkerboard. However, the youthful spirit is still retained in these new variations.
Louis Vuitton Monogram Vernis
Another colorful monogram under Marc Jacobs was creative director at Louis Vuitton. In French, the word Vernis is coated. It describes the smooth appearance, slightly hidden from the glittering metallic appearance, resembling patent leather. The Louis Vuitton monogram pattern embossed 3D on the skin surface.
Louis Vuitton Mahina Leather
First introduced in 2007, Louis Vuitton Mahina Leather was inspired by the lunar cycle. The image of the Monogram Louis Vuitton motif is perforated on a leather background that looks like a moon phase. Mahina is the name of the moon goddess in Polynesian culture.