Marc Jacobs Womens Handbags
Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs are two of the most important names in the world of womens handbags and designer handbags.
Marc Jacobs was born on April 9th, 1963 in New York City, which makes him an Aries. He is currently head designer for Marc Jacobs, and also the Creative Director of the French designer handbag manufacturer Louis Vuitton.
Monogramouflage Speedy 35
Marc Jacobs is well-known for his own distinctive style and the Monogramouflage was created by collaboration between Marc Jacobs and Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. It was inspired by Murakami's "Magic Ball."
The Monogramouflage is made of coated canvas with leather trim
Rolled leather handles with link attachments
Bright golden hardware
Removable luggage tag; embossed logo reads: "Monogramouflage Édition Limitée Takashi Murakami Louis Vuitton"
Contrasting canvas bands around the bag
Top closure by zip with padlock
14"x 9"x 7.2"
Jacobs is a well-known celebrity in New York City. His fashion shows attract numerous celebrities and his collections generally make references to the styles of past decades from the '40s to the '80s.
In 1997, Marc Jacobs was appointed Creative Director of luxury designer handbags and accessories manufacturer, Louis Vuitton, for whom he created the company's first ready-to-wear line.
Marc Jacobs likes to collaborate with popular artists for his Louis Vuitton collections and designer handbags and has worked with Steven Sprouse, Takashi Murakami and American artist Richard Prince.
Monogram Canvas Manhattan GM
Inspired by his own leather goods collection, Marc Jacobs' Manhattan GM has chunky gold metal hardware.
Monogram canvas - natural cowhide trim
Chunky Louis Vuitton rivets
Two exterior pockets - push-lock closures
Rounded cowhide straps - square gold metal links
Buckled leather strap
Storage spaces for mobile phone, wallet, etc...
Taupe alcantara lining
15" x 10.2" x 5.5"
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