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For the fourth assortment celebrating the Capucines bag, the storied Paris Maison gave famend up to date artists carte blanche to specific their creativeness and creativity to reinvent certainly one of its most iconic luggage.
First launched in 2013 and named after Rue Neuve-des-Capucines in Paris – the place Louis Vuitton opened his first retailer in 1854 – the Capucines has develop into a timeless traditional. Now six extra distinguished figures in up to date artwork have introduced their distinctive visions to the well-known bag, melding their expertise and daring creativity with the ingenuity of Louis Vuitton’s artisans.
Daniel Buren proposes a double-sided trompe-l’œil design along with his trademark black and white stripes, in 4 shade variations. Kennedy Yanko’s creation is constructed of 3D-printed leather-based, embellished with a metallic patina hand-applied by Italian artisans. Park Website positioning-Bo appropriated delicately textured and embellished calfskin, whereas Peter Marino designed a studded rendition with an unique clasp. Amélie Bertrand painted the bag in a shifting gradient of colours plus hanging phosphorence, and Ugo Rondinone imagined a playful and colourful harlequin model bag lined with greater than 14,000 handstitched beads.
Every of the luggage on this new assortment is available in a novel field. The creations had been launched on October 20 in a restricted version of simply 200 items (50 per shade variation for Daniel Buren).