LOUIS VUITTON DISCONTINUED CHERRY BLOSSOM PAPILLON BAG: WHAT IS IT DOING HERE?

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Doesn’t Shopbop knows what kind of bag this is? Maybe not, that’s why they didn’t put the right name in the description. Ladies, this is a discontinued Louis Vuiton bag that I haven’t seen for YEARS. Want to know more?

The name of this bag is not WGACA Vintage Cherry Blossom, but it’s Louis Vuitton Cherry Blossom Papillon bag. What a unique sample, pink blossom flowers all over the monogram canvas bag. Who is the brain behind this work? Well, it’s Takashi Murakami, a well known international artist from Japan. He was also responsible for the smiling cartoon faces on the monogram canvas bags. These were all limited editions and were discontinued in June 2003.

The Louis Vuitton Cherry Blossom was not made to look chic, but more as a fun and genuine collectable item. The Japanese blossom flowers representing the spring/summer appeal and with the knot behind the closure, it actually looks very cute.

A discontinued handbag? It’s no suprise there is just ONE left. Available at shopbop for $2,090.

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