For those of you who love the Giant Monogram print you’re in for a treat because the popular style has gone on safari in the wilds of Africa. It appears it got tired of the hustle and bustle of city life and has chosen to embrace its wild side. Can we get a ROAR?!
Louis Vuitton has released its Monogram Jungle fall capsule collection and made us fall in love with animal print once again. If there was ever a print so popular and timeless that it could take on LV’s classic Monogram, animal print is it.
Inspired by the zebra and leopard prints used by Nicolas Ghesquière for the brand’s Cruise 2018 show in Kyoto, Louis Vuitton mixed the patterns with the brand’s trademark Monogram to create an exotic reinterpretation of the beloved print.
As well as sporting clunky sandals that would act as great safari footwear, the collection reimagines classics including the Neverfull. Other favorites that the collection has got its paws on include the Twist and NéoNoé bags.
Pieces from this capsule collection will set you back more than their classic counterparts however if you’re unsure whether you’re ready to take a walk on the wild side, you could always test the waters with bag charms from the collection. Priced at $335, they’re a great way to get in on this wild offering without being out thousands of dollars.
We are certainly used to the brand reimagining its classic prints and designs in an effort to give them a new lease of life and retain their popularity. However, Louis Vuitton’s reinterpretation of the giant print soon after its release presents the idea that Giant Monogram is set to be a new LV classic. What will the print be reinterpreted as next we wonder?
What are your thoughts on Louis Vuitton’s Monogram jungle fall capsule collection? Do you think Giant Monogram could be the next LV classic? Let us know.