For the fourth year in a row, Louis Vuitton invited six leading contemporary artists to transform the Capucines from blank canvas to limited-edition artwork.
A testament to the iconic bag’s ability to inspire unbridled creativity, Amelie Bertrand, Daniel Buren, Ugo Rondinone, Peter Marino, Park Seo-Bo and Kennedy Yanko have brought their unique creative visions to the bag’s timeless design.
The first-ever Capucines to glow in the dark, the French artist’s dazzling bag radiates a warm phosphorescence inspired by the atmosphere of summer nightlife.
Employing the French artist’s trademark black-and-white stripes, his creation plays with signature themes in an ingenious “double-design” concept.
Colorful and joyful, the Swiss artist’s design is an homage to the clown and rainbow motifs often found in his oeuvre.
Striking and powerful, the renowned architect’s all-black design is based upon a found antique studded trunk.
Richly embellished, the Korean master’s bag adapts a 2016 work from his celebrated “Écriture” series to the surface of the Capucines.
The American artist’s powerfully sculptural creation is a translation of her trademark metal and “paint skin” works into leather.