Top 10 Louis Vuitton Collaborations You Need To Know About

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Louis Vuitton has taken part in many stunning collaborations that have put a twist on the classic LV style, so we have compiled a list of the top 10 Louis Vuitton Collaborations you should know about!

Ever since the fashion creative director Marc Jacobs, took charge, the French fashion house has been at the forefront of the art and fashion world through its collaborations, with many designers and artists including Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, and Rei Kawakubo, amongst others. Each collaboration has reinvented Louis Vuitton’s iconic pieces, including their monogram canvas handbags.

Often, these collaborations are limited edition so you have to be pretty quick to get your hands on an LV collab – luckily, you can usually find some collaboration pieces on resale sites.

It is always worth keeping an eye on Louis Vuitton to see the next incredible artist or designer they collaborate with next. We have brought together some of the best Louis Vuitton Collaborations that you really need in your life.

Top 10 Louis Vuitton Collaborations

1. Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama

Beloved Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama collaborated with Louis Vuitton in 2012 to create a range of attention-grabbing bags that have a completely different style to the traditional Louis Vuitton look.

Kusama is known for her signature polka dot prints, which are seen all across her artwork and exhibition installations and have now been transferred to Louis Vuitton bags.

Blue and brown Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama Monogram Kusama Town Speedy

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The classic silhouettes of Louis Vuitton bags were kept the same bet the exterior was covered with polka dot patterns of different colors, as shown in this blue Speedy bag. If you look closely, you can see the LV monogram peeking through from underneath the polka dots.

The first Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama collaboration was so popular that in 2023, the designer brand and artist announced another collaboration! Again, many of the best-selling Louis Vuitton bags were covered in multicolored polka dots, and there were even installations celebrating the collaboration set up in stores all over the world. See the new Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama bags on the brand’s website.

2. Louis Vuitton x Stephen Sprouse
Brown and pink Louis Vuitton x Stephen Sprouse Monogram Roses Pochette Accessories

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The Louis Vuitton x Stephen Sprouse collaboration was the first collaboration by the luxury fashion brand in 2001. Sprouse decided to graffiti over the classic LV monogram canvas to create a bold, eye-catching look.

There was a second Stephen Sprouse collaboration in 2009, in which roses were painted on top of the LV monogram – this second collaboration is where this Pochette Accessories shoulder bag comes from.

The timeless Louis Vuitton bag has been given a new, striking look with the addition of pink and orange roses. There are lots of Louis Vuitton x Stephen Sprouse pieces available on resale sites.

3. Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami
Rainbow Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami Monogram Multicolor Mini Sac HL Speedy

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The Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami collab is perhaps the best known and most popular collaboration. Japanese artist Takashi Murakami decided to reinvent the LV monogram by making it multicolored!

The collaboration first started in 2003 and the bags were so popular that the partnership did not end until 2015, which is when these Monogram Multicolore bags stopped being sold.

Monogram Multicolore bags were available in a black background or white background, like this stylish Mini Speedy bag. During the collaboration, Murakami also created the Monogramouflage bag and Cherry Blossom bags.

3. Louis Vuitton x Supreme
Black Louis Vuitton x Supreme Epi Christopher Backpack

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In recent years, Louis Vuitton collaborated with American street style brand, Supreme.

Supreme is known for skateboarding clothing and accessories and its target market is hip hop cultures, so the aesthetic of this collaboration was a little different from the usual Louis Vuitton style.

 As you can see from the Christopher Backpack pictured above, many of the pieces in the collaboration were made from the textured Epi leather and then embossed with the Supreme brand name, for a subtle tonal finish. There are also small leather goods, jackets and jeans created in this collaboration.

4. Louis Vuitton x Grace Coddington
Black and red Louis Vuitton x Grace Coddington Catogram Neverfull tote

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In 2018, Louis Vuitton collaborated with Grace Coddington, the former creative director at large of American Vogue.

During her time at Vogue, Coddington became known for bold and dramatic photoshoots, so this aesthetic inspired the Louis Vuitton collaboration. Grace Coddington worked alongside creative director Nicolas Ghesquière to create a range of clothes, shoes, and leather goods, including handbags.

The eccentricity of Coddington and Ghesquière has come together to create a capsule collection covered in animals! As you can see from this Catogram Neverfull tote bag, the LV monogram has been decorated with illustrations of cats, dogs, and mice to create a really playful design!

6. Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons
Pink and brown Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Masters Jeff Koons Boucher Neverfull tote

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Jeff Koons is a world-renowned artist, known for his unusual reproductions of common objects, just like the enormous mirrored stainless steel balloon animals that were exhibited in art galleries all over the world.

In the Jeff Koons collaboration with Louis Vuitton of 2017, Koons decided to take inspiration from some historic works of art and title the collab ‘Masters’. Classic Louis Vuitton handbags were decorated with enlarged sections of artworks by D Vinci, Rubens, Van Gogh, Fragonard, and Boucher, as seen on the Neverfull tote above.

The bag was then finished with the name of the artist in gleaming gold lettering and the Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons logos.

7. Louis Vuitton x Richard Prince
Red Louis Vuitton x Richard Prince Monogram Speedy

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In 2008, Marc Jacobs, the creative director of Louis Vuitton at the time, collaborated with American painter and photographer Richard Prince.

There were a couple of different designs made in this collaboration, including the Monogram Jokes bags, and the Monogram Watercolour bags, of which this Watercolor Aquarelle Speedy bag is a part. The bag has a layered aesthetic, with the watercolor sitting on top of the traditional LV monogram print in feminine hues of pink, orange and purple.

8. Louis Vuitton x Nigo
Blue Louis Vuitton x NIGO Taurillon Monogram Denim Drip Monogram Keepall Bandouliere

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Former Louis Vuitton menswear creative director, Virgil Abloh collaborated with Japanese designer and DJ Nigo to create an incredible collection of LV luxury bags.

The silhouette and style of the bags have stayed the same, so you will find the favorite Keepall and crossbody bags in the collection, but the prints and fabrics have been playing around with to create something new and original.

A drip design is incorporated into many of the leather goods, while denim has been used to bring new textures and colors to the traditional Louis Vuitton monogram. This stunning Keepall combines these elements, with navy taurillon leather to create a totally irresistible, and practical, weekend bag.

9. Louis Vuitton x Fornasetti
Black and white Louis Vuitton x FORNASETTI Calfskin Architettura Alma BB bag

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One of Louis Vuitton’s more recent collaborations is with the historic Italian brand, Fornasetti. This Italian brand was founded in the 1950s and is known for decorating homeware with quirky, surrealist art.

These classic Fornasetti surrealist designs have now been used to decorate Louis Vuitton womenswear collections, accessories, and leather goods.

Playful color combinations have been mixed with exquisite craftsmanship, including delicate embroidery and cutting-edge laser printing to create this collection. The Architettura Alma BB bag pictured above is just one example of the striking design in this groundbreaking collaboration.

10. Louis Vuitton x League of Legends
Brown, blue, black and white Louis Vuitton x LOL Monogram Boite Chapeau Souple

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Louis Vuitton is known for unexpected collaborations and their latest collab with League of Legends is no different. Since League of Legends is a popular video game, the collection is available in real clothing, as well as skins that players can purchase for the characters.

This collaboration marks the first time ever a luxury fashion house has worked with a global eSport like League of Legends.

New colors and patterns decorated the clothing and leather goods from this collection, while the League of Legends logo and LV monogram have been combined to create a new design. We love the bold, vibrant look of this Boite Chapeau bag!

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