Louis Vuitton's LV Remix collection harkens back to the 2000s Marc Jacobs era

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American designer Marc Jacobs took over Louis Vuitton in 1997 and has been in the position for 16 years, demonstrating elegance and unconventionality. His spring/summer 2001 collection is perhaps his most famous. In collaboration with Stephen Sprouse, he created several graffiti-painted pieces that changed Louis Vuitton's clean aesthetic.

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Louis Vuitton enters 2024 by looking back to past decades and paying homage to Jacobs' enduring influence with the new LV Remix collection, featuring leather goods, shoes and accessories enhanced by the Y2K print.

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The Monogram Vernis 2000 collection returns with colorful backgrounds complemented by youthful elements. Models pose on metallic swings and the looks are complemented with updated Croissant, Capucines East-West and Twist West denim bags. Vuitton's low-heeled shoes and sneakers are adorned with a monogram in soft denim, while belts and caps are complemented with vintage motifs and fringe.

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The campaign features actress Phoebe Dynevor, known from the TV series "The Bridgertons," singer Marie-Pierra Kakoma, actress Shay Mitchell from "Pretty Little Liars," and Taiwanese singer and actress Ouyang Nana.

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