In 2008, Japanese Pop artist Takashi Murakami and Marc Jacobs reinvented the classic monogram canvas again, this time using a camouflage motif.
The elegance of traditional Louis Vuitton print and boldness of the camouflage colors are brought together to create a very unique bag.
This green doctor bag was born to be a work of art. It was exclusively released for the Brooklyn Museum / Contemporary Art Museum LA Murakami Exhibition in 2008 and was only available for purchase for a couple of weeks.
The traditional brown Monogram background was replaced with a camouflage pattern. The bag has black piping with black side straps in jute canvas, making this Speedy look like a small cute Keepall.
One special feature in the Monogramouflage Speedy is the luggage tag. Generally, the only model that comes with the tag is the Keepall, but the limited editions exist to be special.
The exquisite tag says 'Monogramouflage, Edition limitée, Takashi Murakami, Louis Vuitton' which makes you feel so good because this piece is very special in the Speedy line! In addition, the French luxury brand doesn't often release green handbags.
This bag was only manufactured in size 35. Not counting the exotic Speedy editions, this is the rarest, most expensive and longed for Speedy edition.
Want more Speedy Limited Editions? Check out the full list of Louis Vuitton Speedy Limited Editions here.
Do you know that we have a Monogramouflage Pegase in stock? Check it out, it's a rare collectable item that is a great investment.