DescriptionLouis Vuitton by Marc Newson Celebrating Monogram Collection Blue Shearling & Classic Monogram Canvas Backpack Bag
12" Width x 19" Height x 6" Depth
This Louis Vuitton backpack, designed in collaboration with artist Marc Newson for the Celebrating Monogram collection in 2014, is done in classic monogram coated canvas with electric blue shearling, and silver metal hardware. There is a double zip compartment at the front base, as well as two double zipped main compartments, lined in brown Alcantara suede. The front compartment has one suede slip pocket, and one black mesh slip pocket. The rear compartment has one black mesh slip pocket and two slip pockets with two pen slots done in the classic monogram coated canvas. There are two shearling backed shoulder straps, which are adjustable, and one shearling handle at the top.
This piece is in Pristine Condition. It shows no signs of use or wear. This backpack comes with two Louis Vuitton tags, and a special dustbag and luggage tag.
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