When news broke that Marc Jacobs would be leaving his post as inventive director at Louis Vuitton, the style globe was shocked. For the duration of his 16-year tenure at the brand, the designer was accountable for a entire new Vuitton aesthetic, which skyrocketed handbag sales for the Property. Jacobs will forever stay recognized for his pop-art visuals and splashy graphics, which helped him make his mark on the brand forever and left fans longing for bags from the Marc Jacobs era effectively previous his Louis Vuitton departure. Whilst fans now know (and enjoy) Vuitton beneath Ghesquiere, at the time of Jacobs’ exit, it was challenging for numerous to envision a post-Marc Jacobs Louis Vuitton.
Jacobs was accountable for a plethora of specific projects and collaborations, designing a slew of handbag mega-hits along the way. A huge portion of the enormous development the Property has seasoned can be attributed to Jacobs time at the helm. He was in a position to take historical Property codes and transform them in a fresh and modern day way.
In the spring of 2005, Jacobs debuted an energetic collection of colorful bags in wealthy textures and incredibly 2000s-era silhouettes. The collection integrated denim bags, which in huge portion led to a denim revolution all through the handbag globe, as effectively as the iconic Takashi Murakami cherry print. Enjoyable and from time to time borderline kitschy (but in the finest way achievable) bags have been all the rage in the mid-2000s and these bags resonated with numerous, myself integrated. The denim bags have been on the best of my wishlist and the brand’s spring 2005 ad campaign starring Uma Thurman was plastered to my bedroom walls. Right now we’re taking a appear back at bags from the collection under. If you are nevertheless lusting soon after this collection there are a lot of Murakami Cerises bags to be had on the resale market place
Do you don’t forget these mid-2000s icons?
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