Here's Every Single Piece From the Jeff Koons x Louis Vuitton Collection

Featuring iconic artwork from Da Vinci, Van Gogh and more.

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Not long ago, Louis Vuitton teased a new collaboration with acclaimed pop artist Jeff Koons. Now, a full look has surfaced for Koons’s “Masters” project with the French luxury house. The lavish range completely helmed by the artist takes inspiration from his “Gazing Ball” series which was initially developed in 2013 and culls the work of 35 masterpieces such as Monet’s Water Lilies and Klimt’s The Kiss. For this latest partnership, Koons adorns premium leather goods with five classic paintings produced by Da Vinci, Van Gogh, Peter Paul Rubens and Jean-Honoré Fragonard. More specifically, LV’s signature bags such as the Speedy, Neverfull,and Keepall alongside wallets, keychains, shawls and silk squares make up the entire series.

Check out the gallery above and find other colorways by visiting Louis Vuitton’s official website. The “Masters” collection is now available for purchase, ranging from approximately $585 USD to $4,000 USD.

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