Match These Artycapucines With Your Style Personality

Match These Artycapucines With Your Style Personality


Find out which Louis Vuitton Artycapucines bag fits your style the most with their line that features five new designs

Since 2019, Louis Vuitton has been active in creating pieces that champion art in every genre. It is their way of giving recognition to artists from across the globe as they continue to showcase an artistry that is unique and distinct. With five years of constant presentation of limited-edition Capucines, the Maison adds another collection to their Artycapucines line that embraces the contemporary and tradition. 

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In this line, we are introduced to five new unique and vibrant designs, which might just be up to par if you want to be striking with a statement piece. Done by five leading contemporary artists—Ewa Juszkiewicz, Liza Lou, Tursic & Mille, Ziping Wang, and Billie Zangewa—these are the brand’s newest pieces that can match your style personality. 

Dainty in pastels

If your favorite looks consists of pastels, then this piece designed by Billie Zangewa is the ideal choice. Not only is the intricacy of the construction very evident, as seen on the textures and embroidered patches, but it is also very appealing to the eyes with its blush, white, and blue tones that match perfectly well with the gold hardware.

Billie Zangewa LV Bag

Unusual statements

For those who are into the perfect mix of class and peculiarity, the design created by Ewa Juszkiewicz will definitely leave heads turning. The shade of green is already eye-catching in itself, but it’s the woman with nothing but a literal head full of hair that will make everyone stare in awe. And who’s to say a string of pearls is only fitting for one’s neck?

Ewa Juszkiewicz, Louis Vuitton

Understated illusions

This piece is dedicated to those who prefer a dash of art on a blank canvas—literally. The white Artycapucine has stain-like splatters of blue, pink, orange, and purple hues all over. Artist Liza Lou topped it off with her signature slouched technique.

Liza Lou, Louis Vuitton

Past in the present

If you prefer trends of the past, then this Artycapucine designed by Tursic & Mille is a great choice because of the art style that looks straight out of a 50s movie poster. Not only that, but the hard floral shape of the bag makes it even more unique compared to the other pieces, making it a perfect conversation starter.

Tursic & Mille, Louis Vuitton

Mixed aesthetics

As for this piece by Ziping Wang, the one who uses it must definitely be into mixing various art styles, prints, colors, textures, and more. It’s next level quirkiness as we see a burst in colors that are both complementary and contradicting, as if presenting some sort of celebration—from the candy cane-like handle, sparkling night sky base, and fruity accents. And if you look closer, you’ll even spot a gingerbread man ready to greet its rightful owner.

Ziping Wang, Louis Vuitton

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