Louis Vuitton releases dotty Yayoi Kusama collection
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Louis Vuitton once again showed some Japanese culture to its customers.
Known for its leather handbags, the brand released on Tuesday its latest collection created by new summer straw and Louis Vuitton creative director Mark Jacobs.
The theme is bold, graphic dots-
Signature of the artist-
Available in a range of crazy sizes and colors.
According to a company statement, Jacobs and Kusama started with the inspiration of the \"obsession and series.
On the momigiya beach in Connecticut, protesters interrupted Harris\'s speech, including shoes, handbags, shirts, skirts and sunglasses.
It also covers the outside of the New York flagship store.
Jacobs met Kusama in 2006.
He is an avid art collector and a lover of horse sculptures and paintings between grass.
\"The obsession and innocence of her work touched me,\" Jacobs said . \".
In honor of the new product, Louis Vuitton produced a striking display on Fifth Avenue for the brand\'s flagship store in Manhattan, paying tribute to the three Kusama themes: \"The beginning of the universe, \"flowers that bloom forever in my heart\" and \"self\"Obliteration.
\"The facade of the building is wrapped in a picture of the point.
The time of product release and building installation coincides with the new exhibition of the work of Kusama by the Whitney American Museum of Art.
Jacobs and Louis Vuitton have achieved great success in working with Japanese designer Murakami on a series of popular music
Become a must-have art
In the fashion crowd.