As a premier online reseller of authentic designer handbags who specializes in rare and limited edition pieces, Yoogi’s Closet has quite a list for handbags that you need to see to believe. These are some of fashion’s craziest designer purses that are so wild we had to share them again.
Handbags are the easiest way to make a statement – and these bags definitely say a lot. From limited edition milk cartons to runway releases, these bags made Yoogi (and the rest of us from the Closet) say WOW, and I hope you’ll appreciate the beauty and crafts(wo)manship behind these stunning creations.
Louis Vuitton has a long history of pairing with stars of the art world to create artwork we’re proud to carry; in fact, they basically invented it. Louis Vuitton’s most recent collaboration is with streetwear kings Supreme and fine artist Jeff Koons. Just like artwork, these collaboration pieces increase in value–often selling at or above their original retail price for years after their original release due to their exclusive nature. We’ve turned heads with a Louis Vuitton Graffiti Neverfull and captured hearts with the Takashi Murakami Cherry Blossom Papillon, but which cult art collaborations are our favorites?
In honor of the recently launched Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons The Masters Collaboration bags and accessories, we thought we’d look at the history of Louis Vuitton’s limited edition runway creations and artist collaborations. Through the years, LV has paired with artists and designers like Yayoi Kusama and Takashi Murakami to create pieces that turn heads–but also retain their value and collectibility.
While most limited edition collaboration pieces are beautiful works of handbag art–some make us ask “what were they thinking?” Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and these bags are definitely beautiful? and a little odd. These bags exemplify what we call “wearable art.” Without further ado, here are the top 10 most outrageous Louis Vuitton limited edition creations, featuring both collaborations and runway pieces.