If you’re looking for a great everyday accessory, our Louis Vuitton Graffiti Speedy will do the trick! The handbag was part of Marc Jacob’s 2009 Graffiti Collection. The collection was inspired by the 2001 original Graffiti Collection Jacobs created with artist Stephen Sprouse. Sprouse was known for destroying the boundaries between fashion, art, music, and design. The new Graffiti Collection paid homage to the late artist.
Why graffiti? Jacobs wanted to create something new from the iconic monogram canvas by defacing it with a modern appeal. Sprouse had a passion for taking what he saw in the streets and elevating it with style. That’s reason why Jacobs felt it was necessary to work with Sprouse on the Graffiti collection. The Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Graffiti Speedy Handbag was part of the collaboration’s outcome.
The Doc BB speedy handbag made it’s first appearance during Nicolas Ghesquiere’s debut collection for Louis Vuitton and is currently featured in the brands A/W ’14 Ad campaign. A modern adaptation of the iconic speedy bag, this unique handbag will soon be available for purchase at our new retail store The Collection.
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